Former IEBC Commissioner Roseyln Akombe has sarcastically reacted to the High Court ruling that has directed President Uhuru Kenyatta to appoint the remaining six judges within 14 days failure to which they will be deemed appointed.
This comes after the Head of State recently maintained despite pressure from legal minds including Chief Justice Martha Koome that he will not appoint the remaining six judges on the grounds of integrity issues submitted by NIS and other security agencies.
However, many legal professionals took the move as a retaliatory attack after two of the judges who took part in BBI nullification in the High Court namely Prof. Joel Ngugi and George Odunga were among the rejected judges.
And now former IEBC Commissioner Roseyln Akombe who has been a harsh critic of Government since she resigned from her role in the run-up to the 2017 General elections has sarcastically reacted to the news noting he has lost again indirectly targeting the Head of State.
"He lost, again. Thank you @katibainstitute." She tweeted.
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