Fred Ngatia is just man of the people who are in line to replace the retired David Maraga. They want to take over David Maraga's former seat of Heading the Judiciary in the country. That battle has been intensifying every day and now, all eyes are on the candidates as the interviewing process continues.
Although the process has just started, One of Raila Odinga's top allies known as Ledama Olekina has come out publicly to claim that everyone knows that Fred Ngatia will be the next CJ. Ledama Olekina went on to tell Ngatia to buy new suits or order for Maasai suits so that he can start his tenure.
"Stop wasting time with Chief Justice Interviews we already know who you are giving the position. Wacheni formalities! my Friend Fred buy new suites or I get you some Maasai Suites and you start your tenure!" Tweeted Ledama Olekina.
Some few days ago, Murgor complained about Philomena Mwilu and now Ledama Olekina's sentiments raise more eyebrows in the selection process.
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