Narok Senator Ledama Olekina now calls for the adjournment of the chief justice interview. Calling it a formality process done to please others and maybe since it is constitutional requirement but already their is a chosen chief justice.
The hunt for Chief Justice interview commenced this Monday, with Justice Chitembwe going through the panel in hunt succeed Former Chief Justice David Maraga to become the Kenyan 3 Chief justice in the new 2010 constitution.
However, Senator Ledama has now fire the Judicial Service commission to stop conducted the interview, revealing he and the rest high profile already know the chief justice.
Telling them to stop formalities as he revealed that, from a reliable source, The Kenyan next chief justice is Senior Counsel, Fred Ngatia, calling him out to get ready to take over the supreme president position.
Photo. Fred Ngatia. Courtesy
Through his Twitter account he wrote,"Stop Wasting time for the chief justice interview we already know who you are giving the position. Wacheni formalities! My friend Fred buy new suit or I get you Masai suites and you star your tenure." Ledama recent tweet
Senior Counsel Fred Ngatia was among lawyers for both President Kenyatta and Deputy president William Ruto in an election case field by NASA in 2017 together with Paul Muite.
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