Makau Mutua who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that he cannot believe CJ Martha Koome has written such blatant lies about the late AG Charles Njonjo. He will go down in history as one of the most malignant, anti-black, vindictive, and antidemocratic officials in Kenya. He was a key architect of a corrupt, fascist state.
Aguta tweeted, "I believe every human being, at any leadership position, has both good & bad traits or attributes. Like I believe Mzee Moi (RIP)was the best President, despite the many wrong decisions he made. We must look at both the good & the bad. Condemning wholesale is dishonest."
gishuolenekim tweeted, "There’s a great deal of ignorance about death in our culture&the more spiritually we are the more suffering and confusion. Since death is an abstract concept to us all,we’re totally unprepared for the dissolution of form that awaits us. Therefore CJ MarthaKoome is culturally right."
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