Raila Amolo Odinga's campaign chairman Makau Mutua has responded to the claim by Deputy President William Samoei Ruto that he will rebuild judicial system to be able to investigate high profile cases. The DP hinted that if the president is corrupt, the system will have him arrested and jailed.
There are several incidence of retired president being jailed due to corruption and many guessed that the DP was indirectly hinting on his mission to probe president Uhuru Kenyatta once his term ends this year.
Makau Mutua said that its bad policies for presidential candidates to pledge to investigate, prosecute and jail predecessors. According to a post shared by TV 47,he reportedly further said that its bad policy in Africa where democratic institutions are extremely fragile citing that its even more recipe for chaos to the state.
Many Netizens reacted to post with mixed views. Click here to read more on it. https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1543082044519055360?t=pNrJxhISBFeTIDKVBvyvCg&s=19
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