The brilliant young lawyer Julia Soweto has shared his concerns after the six judges were sworn in today. Soweto was among the lawyers who represented Azimio la Umoja presidential aspirant Raila Odinga on his presidential petition case in the supreme court.
Soweto who was petitioning Ruto's presidential win has today felt the good work of President Ruto who promised during his inauguration that he will appoint the 6 lawyers.
Taking to his official Twitter account, the lawyer alleged that the 6 judges have been working hard by carrying the judiciary's cross.
"Today saw the inevitable end to the ignominious delay of the appointment of the 6 judges who have been carrying the Judiciary's cross. Kudos to Justices Odunga, Ngugi, Michelule, Korir, Omange & Makori." She posted.
She revealed that all the credit should go to President William Ruto for doing the right thing.
"All credit however goes to the president for doing the right thing; not the JSC that failed to perform its Constitutional mandate when the judges were under assault. The JSC never took positive steps to secure the observance of the constitutional values and principles." She added
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