The political muscles keeps on getting interesting and with leaders regrouping to take over in 2022, it is not business as usual. The handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga saved this country from huge mess. Former CJ David Maraga rulling of nullifying 2017 general elections created trouble for Judiciary.
The wrangles between Judiciary and executive have been intensifying and the BBI report rejection was climax of everything. President Uhuru Kenyatta was accused of defying various court orders. His failure to appoint the five high court judges saw BBI report loose both in court of appeal and high court.
The Judiciary continues punishing president Uhuru's government with various charges. According to Nation Africa News, A court has ordered the government to pay a man Sh500,000 for failing to replace his lost identity card and illegally prosecuting him for double registration." The state continues suffering from court decisions each day.
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