The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is facing true litmus paper and MP's had threatened to boycott parliament if CJ Martha Koome had not restored the CDF. According to national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula, attorney General had been forced to talk to the court on oder to avoid handicapping government services.
Attorney General Justin Muturi has moved with speed to save president William Ruto’s government from boycott planned by MPs. In his latest message he said abd I quote, "In light of the advice from the Attorney General, the National Treasury and Economic Planning confirm that it will commence disbursement to the NG-CDF tranches of Ksh2 billion on a weekly basis, with effect from 9th December 2022,” read the statement in part. Justine Muturi the Attorney General has therefore advised that the NG-CDF of 2015 technically remains in force until such expressed declaration is formally made by the High Court or other superior court.” he said.
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