United Democratic Alliance ally, Ahmednasir Abdullahi, has left netizens with a surprise after he revealed how the High Court gave President Uhuru Kenyatta, 14 days to to appoint 6 judges he declined to approve in June within the next 14 days.
According to details, Chief Justice Martha Koome in conjunction with the Judicial Service Commission shall be at liberty to take all necessary steps to swear in the six judges if Uhuru fails to play his part by the end of given time.
Below are netizens reactions on the above post;
"The activists (judges) are busy nullifying every appointment Uhuru has done including all laws, acts, bills he's signed, then they turn around and demand that he 'appoint the judges'! Isn't that appointment null and void too!? Ama it's another Uhuru they're directing?😂😂😂." A comment read.
"If this short cut of appointing judges exists? Why has it taken the @Kenyajudiciary this long to sort out the mess?🤣 We need to change the constitution and put somethings in black and white... who can appoint judges, a court ruling or the president of kenya? @DonaldBKipkorir." A comment read.
"The impact of this Rulings will be felt Next Year after a new Regime has taken over. For instance CAS will have to refund Salaries received or face jail term, Huduma Cards Expenditure will have to be reverted back, Ruaraka Billons, Miguna Compensation & many others.Next ni CBC." A comment read.
"Drama. The AG can now appeal. He will get an unfavorable rulling in 4 months, then appeal at the Supreme court. The next president will appoint them. End of drama." A comment read.
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