Moi Never Went That Far" Kenyan Express Anger After President's Address Touched On Judiciary -
Moi Never Went That Far" Kenyan Express Anger After President's Address Touched On Judiciary
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Moi Never Went That Far” Kenyan Express Anger After President’s Address Touched On Judiciary

Kenya have just had madaraka day celebrations a day ago, at mambo Leo arena in kisumu city. It was exceptional event since it is the first in history to be held in the region. Guest of all walks converge at the stadium to mark 58th year since Kenya acquired self rule ‘independence’

The guest were accorded maximum entertainment mounted by the Luo artists and dancers. Their moves grabbed the eye of the president compelling him to rise and follow their lead prompting to cheering from the crowd.

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The president thereafter was welcomed by the deputy to make his address as protocol dictates. While making his address, the president touched on the issue of BBI case at the court. He told the judges to respect the opinion of the citizens in that he wont keep quite while the rights of the common man is being violeted.In his capacity, he expect the court of appeal to overturn the high court ruling that termed the BBI document unconstitutional.

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Subsequent to making his National address, kenyans took to social media platforms to express their displeasure after president seemed to intimidate the judges of the judiciary. In their reaction, they reminded president that even president Moi never went that far.They likewise advised him to quit gaining by dispensing pain to the nation. Read part of the tweet;

Moi Never Went That Far" Kenyan Express Anger After President's Address Touched On Judiciary

The BBI case is currently at the court of appeal and the hearing is expected to commence anytime from tommorow.The handshake partners have express confidence that the judges at the court of appeal will overturn the high court ruling.