political analyst, Mutahi Ngunyi, could be in depression mode if what he wrote on his twitter page is anything to go by.
Rather than expounding on Jubilee Party embarrassment in the just concluded up by-elections in Juja, Bonchari, and Rurii, the fast blurring political science professor dodged the matter and hulled insults on the five High Judge bench who ruled that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill was unconstitutional declaring null and void for that matter.
He said Kenya ought to have a civil society that stands up to the Judiciary in the event that it participates in political wickedness referring to the invalidation of the BBI.
“We NEED a counter-civil society that speaks FACTS to STUPIDITY.
“If the JUDICIARY engages in political MISCHIEF, it must not HIDE its dirty hands under the CANOPY of judicial independence. #HandsOffTheJudiciary is CLASSICAL Material NONSENSE. Period,” Mutahi wrote on his Twitter page.
Mutahi, along with Jubilee Party Secretary-General Raphael Tuju, are among the said cabals of government functionaries who have been undermining the five-Judges that halted reggae.
But was BBI necessary?
Was it beneficial to Wanjiku?
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