The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has been on the hunt to find Kenya's next President of the Judiciary after Former CJ David Maraga retired.
Various applicants who expressed interest in the position have been attanding interviews being conducted by the JSC to see if they fit for the position.
Jubilee Party Deputy Secretary General Hon Joshua Kutuny has found himself under fire after his recent post on the vacant Chief Justice position.
In his post, Hon Kutuny sparked mixed reactions from netizens after he made a recommendation to the CJ position, recommending Hon Ngatia.
In his post, the legislator stated that he trusts Hon Ngatia to deliver to the country if he is given the opportunity to take over the position previously occupied by Maraga.
"I trust my learned friend as well as SC Hon Ngatia will deliver if given an opportunity to serve as the CJ.What's your opinion?" Hon Kutuny penned.
The remarks by Hon Kutuny sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who stormed his timeline to pen the following thoughts;
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