Here is a Major Blow the Supreme Court Dealt President Uhuru Five Years Ago a Day Like Today
President Uhuru Kenyatta. Today marks exactly five years since the Supreme Court nullified President Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the August 8, 2017, general election. A six-judge bench of the apex court ruled 4-2 in favour of the petition filed by the then National Super Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
Senior Counsel Reveals Blunder Raila Odinga is Making
Just yesterday, the former prime minister, Raila Odinga, jetted back into Kenya and attended the after-party of the swearing-in of Mombasa governor, Abdulswamas Nassir. He informed Kenyans that he was in Zanzibar to take a break and recover from shock and loss after the IEBC and Supreme Court decisions.
Former Chief Justice is appointed into a committee to oversee police and prison reforms
President William Samoei Ruto has appointed retired Chief Justice Hon. David Kenani Maraga to lead a 23-person taskforce that will be in charge of overseeing changes to the terms and conditions of employment for Kenya Prisons Service and National Police Service personnel. Justice Maraga, who gained notoriety after declaring the 2017 presidential election invalid, has once more been recognized for his loyalty.