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Nelson Havi Oct 31
36 Bloggers on and . This is the level of contempt and ridicule that the Kenyan Judiciary has been relegated to. Not because of any incompetence, corruption or underperformance, but because the Executive wants a classic Police State.
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Hon. William Kabogo
I always told my fellow legislators that they should always legislate as if theyโ€™re doing it for their enemies because once the enemies get to power one way or the other they(enemies) would not use that legislation to oppress them.
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Leonard RUTOH Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
The power is really drunk. Why do people forget tomorrow when they get to power
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Walter Chabala Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
and even better mheshimiwa ,legislate for generations beyond;that way,laws r made for posterity,laws give birth to strong institutions and an accompanying functional value-based culture which lessens room for enmity.
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Kennedy okongo JASUBA Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
They forget very easily and fail to see the other side of life
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Vincent Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
Unfortunately, the legislators could not take your noble advice serious it deserved
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Averroes Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
Useful heuristic
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Eyenae Akwam Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
What if the king went berserk?
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Lincoln Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
They nolonger work for the people but the executive...his excellency uhuru๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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Mburu Marii Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
True kiongozi ๐Ÿ’ฏ errors do not sieze to be errors simply because they're ratified into law.....great inspiration and indeed you can be more useful to ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ช at large
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Elam Oct 31
Replying to @honkabogo @NelsonHavi
All cx of money
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