Famous lawyer Julie Soweto has reacted hours after the 6 judges were sworn in at State House on Wednesday afternoon.
The youthful lawyer who represented Raila Odinga at the supreme Court during the Presidential petition has congratulated the 6 judges for being sworn in to office.
She has further described them as the ones that have been carrying the cross of the judivi hence deserved their appointment.
"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....." Soweto's post reads.
Soweto has also given the credit to President William Ruto for the act of giving the opportunity to the 6 judges.
Via her twitter account she has further criticized the JSC as she alleged that they did perform their constitutional duty.
"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 further said via her twitter account.
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