President Ruto has caused a moment of laughter after attacking the Law Society of Kenya President Erick Theuri for taking him to court after making appointments to the executive.
Speaking during the Launch of Administration of Justice in Kenya, President Ruto attacked the Theuri for taking him to court, he caused laughter after claiming that Theuri did not take an initiative of organizing any demonstrations after not winning his petition.
"I am particularly happy to see Erick Theuri who took me to court, it’s following the wheels of justice… I am very happy that he is not threatening to organise any demonstrations because he did not win," President Ruto said leaving the crowd in laughter.
Political experts have termed Ruto's remarks as an indirect hit to Raila who is now planning demonstrations after he lost the election petition he had filed against President Ruto. Theuri who had filed a petition blocking Ruto's nomination of the Principal Secretaries a case that he lost to President Ruto.
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