Popular Senior Council , Ahmednasir Abdullahi has on Thursday slammed Chief Justice , Martha Koome and Deputy Chief Justice , Philomena Mwilu for lining up to welcome president Ruto during the opening of the 13th parliament today.
Taking to his verified twitter account , the lawmaker has claimed that it was wrong for the Chief Justice and the Deputy Chief Justice to line up with politicians to welcome Ruto today.Ahmednasir has added that the two top leaders should realise that they are judges of Supreme Court and are just judicial officers.
"Totally out of order for the CJ and DCJ to line up with politicians and receive the President outside Parliament...CJ and DCJ must realise they are judges of the Supreme Court and are thus judicial officers @Kenyajudiciary"Ahmednasir tweeted.
Ahmednasir's sentiment actually comes after Koome and Mwilu were spotted to be among the top leaders who had lined up to welcome the head of state today.
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