UHURU/ RUTO told not to intimidate the Judiciary – Kanyagia hapo MARAGA! TUJU’s letter was a horrible mistake

Thursday February 15, 2018 - Kenya Social Congress party has told President Uhuru Kenyatta and Jubilee Party Secretary General, Raphael Tuju, to stop intimidating the Judiciary.


On Wednesday, Tuju on advice from his boss, Uhuru Kenyatta, wrote to Chief Justice David Maraga alleging that the Judiciary was biased in its rulings during the electioneering period.

However, addressing journalists on Thursday, KSC chairman, Atati Kengere, said that Tuju’s letter is…

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  1. There is no proof that Tuju had intructions from his party boss to write to the judiciary at all and negative sensational view is not reliable. In any case, a party secretary general is not a state official to imply this is a government move.

  2. these agent of election robber is suffering from mad cow disease shithole with zombie brains.

  3. Tuju's letter was spot on. The judiciary has stopped dispecing justice and is instead running a parallel government. How do you instruct a police officer to arrest himself ? How do you instruct the Chief Migration officer to deposit a passport in court?

    Kangaroo court system has to stop. There are three arms of government for a reason. Court can issue directives or usurp powers it does not have like arresting people - Sahau hiyo. The judiciary needs to work with the other arms of govt and stop undoing the constitutional order of separation of powers. In such case govt has every right to disregard rogue courts. Every citizens have a right and obligation to disregard any unjust/rogue court ruling if it is the only way to achieve justice.

  4. Justice must be done and be seen to be done. No to Kangaroo courts

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