Otiende Amollo advices CJ Koome on how to deal with Ruto: warns ‘President could rig in 2027 and disobey court orders’

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Otiende Amollo advices CJ Koome on how to deal with Ruto: warns ‘President could rig in 2027 and disobey court orders’

Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo has expressed concerns about the possibility of President William Ruto manipulating the 2027 elections and disregarding any court directives related to the electoral process.

This comes in response to Ruto’s announcement that he intends to defy court orders, particularly those pertaining to the execution of government initiatives such as Affordable Housing and the Social Health Insurance Act.

Amollo suggests that Ruto’s defiance may be influenced by Chief Justice Martha Koome’s lenient approach towards the Kenya Kwanza administration.

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“William Ruto is coming out in his true colours! Court orders mean nothing to him. Hope CJ Martha Koome will reconsider the soft approach to this regime, and assert the full authority of courts. If this is not done, he will rig 2027 and disobey Supreme Court orders contrary,” Amollo stated.

On Tuesday, January 3, 2023, Ruto alleged that certain judges were engaged in corrupt practices and collaborating with cartels to undermine government projects.

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“I want to announce here that few people with vested interests who are beneficiaries of corruption in NHIF are now ganging up with corrupt judicial officers to stall reforms so that fake hospitals claims will continue. I want to assure you that this will not happen in Kenya again and we will stop it,” he said.

“We will not allow these people to derail our plans. The corruption enterprise must come to an end. We’ll deal with them firmly.”

One month prior to this statement, Justices David Majanja, Christine Meoli, and Lawrence Mugambi had ruled that the Housing Levy was unconstitutional, and its ongoing enforcement violated the constitution.

Despite this, the court permitted the government to keep collecting the levy until January 10, pending further proceedings.

Additionally, the court put a hold on the planned implementation of the Social Health Insurance Act, designed to establish the Social Health Insurance Fund as a replacement for the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF).

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Otiende Amollo advices CJ Koome on how to deal with Ruto: warns ‘President could rig in 2027 and disobey court orders’

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