Mutunga Finally Responds To Report That He Was Bribed Ksh 200M In Offshore Account For 2013 Petition
Photo Courtesy. The name of Former Chief Justice William Mutunga is one that often elicits mixed feelings among the Kenyan electorate. To some, Mutunga is the renowned patriot who fought for the second liberation. However, to many Kenyans, Mutunga is the saddest part of the infamous judiciary capture by the executive that has ailed Kenya since independence.
As the case of the appointment of the six judges left out by president Uhuru continues to take shape, pressure continues to mount on Chief Justice Martha Koome to act swiftly. Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi, the chairman of the senior counsel's association of Kenya, has advised Koome on how to deal with the executive citing what former chief justice David Maraga did concerning the appointment of justice Mohammed Warsame to the Judicial Service Commission.
Photo Courtesy. The 2013 Presidential petition ruling elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans. Those who were supporting President Kenyatta had a massive reason to celebrate while those who were backing the Odm Leader were left reeling in pain while cursing the six judges who made the ruling led by Mutunga.
Homa Bay town Mp George Peter Kaluma has revealed that retired retired chief justices in Kenya receive an Mount of 3 Million per month. In his tweet he suggested that the amount should be reduced. While stating this he condemned the act by Willy Mutunga alleging that he will travel to Canada in order to bring Miguna Miguna back in to the country.
After the deportation of barrister and solicitor Miguna Miguna to Canada, the government issued red alerts to airlines which still exists stopping the airlines from flying the deported lawyer Miguna Miguna to Kenya or to any other African country. However, former Chief Justice Mutunga is expected to travel to Canada on 16th November where he is expected to accompany Miguna Miguna to the country.
In today's different newspaper editions, politics have taken the center stage as campaigns for the next year's general election continues. Below are the stories making headlines; Saturday Nation According to the Saturday Nation, leaders are now backing Interior CS and have ask former Prime Minister to go through him in order to get Gusii votes.
Senior Counsel and city lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has listed four reasons as to why former Chief Justice, Dr. Willy Mutunga is one of the greatest judicial officers the country has ever heard. Via his social media page of Twitter, Grand Mullah as he is famously known, stated that for other lawyers to be as great as CJ Mutunga they will have to abide by the four reasons he listed.
Activist Boniface Mwangi has recently been on the headlines after his house under construction was allegedly bombed by unknown people. He went ahead to accuse Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua of the vice. Speaking to local media, Boniface said that he was aware of the public appeal from former Chief Justice Mutunga to help rebuild his house.
Although Miguna Miguna has been out of the nation for a period of time now, he is still one of the most famous people in the country. That is because he has never kept quite since he was deported. Instead, Miguna Miguna has been hitting hard at Raila Odinga, President Uhuru Kenyatta and the government at large.
The exiled lawyer and the leader of national resistance movement (NRM) breathed a sigh of relief when the court ordered that he was deported illegally. Therefore the court ruled a verdict that the exiled lawyer who is based in Canada should come back to Kenya immediately. Miguna Miguna saw himself out of the country after illegally swearing in Raila Odinga as the "people's president "
Former Chief Justice Dr. Willy Mutunga bear say or do again welcome decision to bring deported person who is trained to counsel or argue in cases of law Miguna back to the country next period. In a new interview accompanying Sunday Nation, Dr. Mutunga established that he happen not anxious about clashing accompanying the management ahead of the matter.
Self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) General, Miguna Miguna, has welcomed former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga’s idea to bring him back home. Mutunga is expected to travel to Canada early next month and accompony Miguna back to Kenya. On his Twitter page, Miguna said that he has already packed his bags.
Dr Mutunga has reported that a known activist Boniface Mwangi called him on Wednesday night sobbing terribly even unable to utter audible words. According to him, both Boniface Mwangi and his family were in tears after learning of what had happened to their house under construction in Machakos county.
Some days ago a edited photo of president Uhuru Kenyatta wearing diapers had gone viral on social media platforms. The photo had been edited and posted by Boniface Mwangi who is a social media influencer and an activist who is well grounded to be distracted by naysayers. When asked why he is not respecting the president he said he didn't elect Uhuru as a president and so he can't respect him.
Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga's proposal to bring him back home has been supported by controversial lawyer Miguna Miguna. Mutunga is expected to travel to Canada and come back with the deported lawyer next month. The former Chief Justice has announced that he will follow the firebrand lawyer and self-declared national resistance movement to Toronto (NRM)
Former chief justice Dr. Willy Mutunga has affirmed that the right time has come for lawyer Miguna Miguna to be welcomed back home as the political heat rises in the country. In an interview with a local newspaper, Dr. Mutunga who has since vowed to accompany Miguna back home stated that he is not afraid to collide with the government as this will not be the first time to do so.
Controversial lawyer (above) Miguna Miguna has a reason to smile after former chief justice Willy Mutunga pleaded to the government to allow him to back to Kenya.He was deported around three years ago after he was involved in the swearing in of former prime minister Raila Odinga in the 2017 election.He flew to Canada after the event but was not allowed to be back again as he was returned to where he was.Claims came later that he was the citizen of the two countries.He has been condemning the leadership of president Uhuru Kenya and the handshake.
Mr. Mutunga has decided to rally Kenyans to contribute and help the political activist Boniface Mwangi rebuild his home. Using his Twitter page, Mr. Mutunga wrote, "I appeal to Kenyans who value humanity to help me and others to rebuild Boniface Mwangi’s house to shame those who sponsored the inhuman, cruel, and satanic act of blowing up Mwangi’s house."
Former chief Justice Willy Mutunga has found himself at the centre of criticism after asking Kenyans to help contribute money to rebuild activist Boniface Mwangi's house which allegedly was bombed yesterday night by unknown people. According to Mutunga who is also Mwangi's close friend, Kenyans should rise up and help one of their own in time of need.
"Shauri Yake" Kenyans React After Willy Mutunga Asked Kenyans To Help Rebuild Boniface Mwangi's Home
The former chief justice Willy Mutunga has asked Kenyans to help rebuild Boniface Mwangi's home. This is after the activist's house was vandalized this morning and partly destroyed in what is allegedly believed to be an explosive. Taking to his Twitter account, Mutunga said, " I appeal to Kenyans who value humanity to help others rebuild Boniface Mwangi's hoUse to Shame those who sponsored the inhuman, cruel and satanic act of blowing up his house."