This is UHURU’s plea to the Judiciary that has backfired on him in light of MIGUNA MIGUNA’s debacle - He had balls

...same interests as expressed by their peoples in their Constitution," Uhuru said.

He warned the Opposition and the Judiciary to stop bickering as doing so would stop or prevent service delivery to the people.

“The ruling party and the Opposition serve the same people.”

“There is no need for daily altercations.”

“We have to work together,” he said.

Surprisingly, Uhuru’s appeal comes at a time the Executive has been accused of ignoring the Judiciary with the issue if self proclaimed NRM General, Miguna Miguna, who has since been deported again despite several court orders for him to remain in Kenya.


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