Yesterday, the Nairobi High Court ruled that the huduma card rollout was illegal. The high court judge Justice Jairus Ngaah made the ruling saying the law was not followed in rolling out the huduma namba card. According to Justice Ngaah, the government did not conduct data protection impact assessment before initiating the process.
High Court Deals President Uhuru Another Big Blow After Declaring The Huduma Number Roll Out Illegal
The Kenyan judiciary and the Executive have been facing of with the former nullifying several proposals and projects passed by the latter. In the most recent announcement, the High Court in Nairobi has declared the Huduma Number roll out that is an Initiative of president Uhuru Kenyatta an illegality.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) draft has been dealt a blow by the high court.The high court Judge Justice Jairus Ngaah said that "A constitutional amendment can either be initiated by a Parliamentary or Popular initiative.It is clear that BBI Bill is an initiative of the President... the President is not an MP, cannot directly purport to initiate a constitutional amendment".
"After Speaker Mutura's Swearing In, Violations Of The Constitution Will Follow" Hon. Olekina Claims
Narok Senator Ledama Olekina, has today come out and trolled the swearing in of Nariobi County Assembly Speaker Benson Mutura to be the acting Governor. Photo: Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Benson Mutura. His swearing took place earlier Monday morning at 10:30 am, after being postponed last week because Justice Jairus Ngaah, who was supposed to preside over the swearing in ceremony arrived after 2:00 pm. Currently as per the law it stipulates that an oath shall not be administered earlier than 10:00 am or
Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Benson Mutura was sworn on Monday 21.12. 2020 morning as acting Nairobi Governor after the impeachment of Mike Sonko stood as pronounced in Senate proceedings. At his inauguration, Mutura promised Nairobians quality and efficient service delivery as he starts his day in office. "You have elected me to various positions in the city and I have never failed you. This will not be the first time,” he said. The ceremony was to take place last week but it had to be postponed to a