Human Rights activist Boniface Mwangi has sparked a mixed reactions after criticizing the current Parliament claiming that it is the worst in Kenyan history. Mwangi alleged that Jubilee member of parliament could not challenge president Uhuru Kenyatta but in 1980s, Kanu MPs were challenging the president.The vocal activist has been hitting headlines in an effort to ensure smooth flow of activities including fighting for the right of kenyans. He feels that the current Parliament is failing kenyans and that it should change and change for the betterment of kenyans.
His request comes after president Uhuru Kenyatta has received another blow after the court give an order to appoint the judges he failed to appoint within 14 days or else they be sweared to resume duties in various courts.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has been condemned in several instances for failing to observe the rule of law and for disrespecting the court decision. It's out of this that Boniface Mwangi feels that the Parliament need to come in and question the president as they have the power to do so.
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