Through a tweet on Thursday morning, he noted that the Chief Justice should tell Kenyans how she intends to solve the issue of corruption at the Kenyan Supremely Court.
According to him, the right thing for the Chief Justice is to cone out and lay out her an and strategies with the public and incase she has no such plans, she should tell Kenyans forthwith.
"I said it before & I will repeat it again.CJ @CJMarthaKoome must share with Kenyans her strategy to fight corruption in Supreme Court,High Court & the Magistrates.If she doesn't have one,let her tell Kenyans. Sending judges/magistrates to fm stations/tv stations is waste of time!"SC Ahmednasir Abdullahi https://t.co/ShCKFPfQQb
This comes at a time when several judges and magistrates having been attending radio shows allegedly organised through the assistance of the Judiciary and the Chief Justice.
It is not clear why the Chief Justice chose to engage Kenyans through having judges getting interviewed in radio shows and in this case they have been appearing in the hot seat show that is normally aired by renown radio station Spice FM.
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