Musyoka faults the government from working behind the scenes to halt implementation of the NADCO report

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Musyoka faults the government from working behind the scenes to halt implementation of the NADCO report

The opposition and the government are currently riven by divisions regarding the implementation of the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) team’s report.

Leader of the opposition during negotiations, Wiper Kalonzo Musyoka, asserts that the government is untruthful and uncommitted to upholding its end of the bargain.

This occurred after to the High Court in Nairobi halting the report’s implementation.

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The court ruling was rendered in response to a petition filed by an activist named Michael Muchemi, who contended that, pursuant to Article 3.163(a) of the constitution, the Supreme Court possessed exclusive jurisdiction over disputes pertaining to the election of the chief state.

Lady Justice Dora Chepkwony affirmed the imperative nature of the petition and issued orders restraining the Senate and National Assembly in her ruling.

She directed Muchemi to deliver the court documents to Attorney General Justin Muturi and parliament in preparation for an inter-partes hearing on Tuesday, April 16.

The activist characterised the report as a clear violation of the Kenyan Constitution due to its intention to carry out an election audit in contravention of legal procedures.

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The individual noted that the audit deviates from established protocols, thereby engendering unpredictability and exerting an adverse influence on electoral preparations, reforms, and voter education.

In response to the occurrence, Kalonzo hypothesized that the petition had been endorsed by the government.

“The High Court orders stopping the implementation of the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) Report is State Sponsored. This is a deliberate scheme to go against what was agreed on at the Bomas of Kenya. The Kenya Kwanza regime has never had goodwill and faith and this is the problem in Kenya; the politics of lies all the time. This State Sponsored court action must stop,” he said on X, formerly Twitter.

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Musyoka faults the government from working behind the scenes to halt implementation of the NADCO report

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