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“As much as we accepted the outcome of the Supreme Court over the presidential elections petitions, we do not agree with it at all,” said Raila Odinga.
Odinga further remarked that the court no longer provides Justice that Kenyans advocated for and its conduct to expunge 600 pages of his evidence proved the court unreliable.
He noted that his Coalition will continue championing for the reforms, justice and democratic space during the Jubilee Government era.
Late last week, Chief Justice Mutunga through his Facebook page cried foul over what he termed as death wishes from Kenyans who were not happy with the 5 minute ruling followed by 113 page ruling which he said he did not read but left it at the archives of justice for interested Kenyans to read.
“For me the most hurtful allegation was that I had been bribed in the presidential petition and that I did not know where to turn. However, I have never been offered a bribe in my life,” he posted on his page.
Mutunga further noted that Kenyans wishing that he could have died instead of Mutula Kilonzo are hurting his family. He instead asked Kenyans to treat the third arm of the government with justice and whoever has evidence of them showing they had been bribed to uphold the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta, to petition the Judicial service Commission for their removal as outlined by article 168 of the 2010 constitution.
Odinga was in the United Kingdom to address the third Times CEO summit in London from April 29 to 30, which brought together chairpersons and Chief Executive Officers of Africa’s biggest businesses and international investors. He later met his peer Former British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown among other leaders on the strengthening of the bilateral relations between the two countries.
Odinga hinted that he is still thinking about the return back to parliament offer. He said this as he addressed the media on Friday at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi upon his arrival from the UK.
He was received by Machakos Senator Johnston Muthama and leader of the minority in National assembly Francis Nyenze among other legislators.