Lawyer Nelson Havi has sent a powerful advice to people like Franklin Mghalu who are being appointed by president Uhuru Kenyatta Post his term. According to Havi such people who are beneficiaries of this latest appointment would embarrass themselves for such appointments cannot stand.
Here a link: https://twitter.com/NelsonHavi/status/1560589476170285056?s=20&t=Mmo0MXMyNiP4KEsdePu_qw
According to lawyer Nelson Havi, president Uhuru Kenyatta doesn't have the powers to appoint or fire anyone at the moment. Havi is clear those who are being appointed post Uhuru Kenyatta's ought to reject.
According to lawyer Nelson Havi, the law will be applied for Uhuru Kenyatta is stopped by the constitution to appoint anyone post his term. Havi is confident that any appointment which has been done by Uhuru Kenyatta Post August 9th is a nullity and illegal.
According to Havi, Uhuru Kenyatta has been at the forefront making illegal appointments even when it's evident he is powerless to do such post August 9th. As always, let's wait to see of how Ruto administration will deal with Uhuru's last hour appointees.
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