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LSK Joins Politics on NASA Side

Ukweli Tupu

Village Elder
#1
LSK Chairman Isaac Okero: “EACC has no authority to probe Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki”.

FACT: At least two judges, former Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Gladys Shollei has been charged together with five senior judicial officers by the EACC in matters pending in court.

LSK vice president Faith Waigwa: “It would be discriminatory for LSK to single out one judicial officer, Ms Nyaiyaki, for preferential treatment without any basis in fact or law,” she said.

Uhuruto must not be complacent amidst the planned judicial coup. There’s that other court case before High Court judge John Mativo seeking to force IEBC commissioners out 2 weeks to an election. He will issue a ruling next week.

Jubilee has no choice but to make sure the parliamentary electoral reforms are in place soonest. Ngos are playing politics, JSC is playing politics, SC is playing politics, LSK is playing politics. Why should parliament not play politics?

Rift in LSK over Supreme Court registrar Nyaiyaki probe
 

Simiyu22

Village Elder
#3
No reforms should take place before this election. Even the international community has held. Administrative compliances can resolve all issues raised by the Judiciary. Parliament should not be performing executive functions.
 

Nattydread

Village Chief
#4
Beauty of things is that we discovered all these infiltrations just in time to ciunter them methodically and within legal parameters.

Okero's deputy is telling him that he cannot act unilaterally for Baba, the way Njoki let the rogue 4 understand that they robbed the Kenyan people, and Chiloba showed Chebukati and Akombe that their theivery would not happen.
 
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0%_Omera

Guest
#5
Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki, is the pillar that holds together, the evils that led to the annulment of 2017, Presidential election.
She goes down, and the Supreme Court of Kenya, goes down with her.
Nyaiyaki, should be worrying about her Dear life, than the EACC. She should request for state protection around the clock, while cooperating with govt investigators.
 

Simiyu22

Village Elder
#6
Beauty of things is that we discovered all these infiltrations just in time to ciunter them methodically and within legal parameters.

Okero's deputy is telling him that he cannot act unilaterally for Baba, the way Njoki let the rogue 4 understand that they robbed the Kenyan people, and Chiloba showed Chebukati and Akombe that their theivery would not happen.
Sometimes institutions are merely functioning more than (they are) picking sides(tribes). Their personnel just happen to be from a particular tribe-without choice. Not every reasoning has to be coated with a tribal overtone.
 
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Simiyu22

Village Elder
#7
Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki, is the pillar that holds together, the evils that led to the annulment of 2017, Presidential election.
She goes down, and the Supreme Court of Kenya, goes down with her.
Nyaiyaki, should be worrying about her Dear life, than the EACC. She should request for state protection around the clock, while cooperating with govt investigators.
There's probably nothing on her. The judges made an independent decision.
 

gashwin

Village Chief
#12
And then you are passing laws which only one player of the elections signs.
man, hasn't parliament spent the whole of this week listening to any kenyan who had anything to say about the amendments?
Fine. They can go ahead with the witchhunt.
you, Sir, have a closed mind and are dishonest with yourself. you demand transparency with one side of the mouth and when the mechanics start rolling you label it a witchhunt from the other side of the mouth. you cannot have your cake and eat it.
 

spear

Village Sponsor
#13
man, hasn't parliament spent the whole of this week listening to any kenyan who had anything to say about the amendments?

you, Sir, have a closed mind and are dishonest with yourself. you demand transparency with one side of the mouth and when the mechanics start rolling you label it a witchhunt from the other side of the mouth. you cannot have your cake and eat it.
Seriously don't waste your time.
 

Simiyu22

Village Elder
#14
man, hasn't parliament spent the whole of this week listening to any kenyan who had anything to say about the amendments?

you, Sir, have a closed mind and are dishonest with yourself. you demand transparency with one side of the mouth and when the mechanics start rolling you label it a witchhunt from the other side of the mouth. you cannot have your cake and eat it.
Blame game continues. The judges made an independent decision.
 
#15
No reforms should take place before this election. Even the international community has held. Administrative compliances can resolve all issues raised by the Judiciary. Parliament should not be performing executive functions.
Much respect. You are the only uotp who argues logically. Let me ask you something: What do you think of LSK chairman supporting EACC pressing charges against Ms Shollei, while claiming they have no authority to probe Ms Nyaiyaki, yet they both held/hold same job, only difference being that the former was seen as close to Jubilee while the latter is assumed to be close to odm? Is this not a sign that LSK leadership is hopelessly politically biased? What then does that mean about LSK membership in JSC (that recruits Supreme court judges)?…You see where am going with this.

The electoral reforms through parliament are needed now, before the 26th election to avoid a constitutional crisis. The laws will not affect how the people vote, and who wins the election. As things stand, a judge could rule all IEBC commissioners must go home. What then for Kenya? What about if one party writes to IEBC formally withdrawing from the election? etc.
Hii ni mambo inaweza leta vita nchini. Its important to have clear laws governing such situations. That is why I support the plan to have electoral changes now.

Hapa nakosoa serikali kidogo: The govt media depts should have their people in discussion forums explaining technical issues like why we need electoral reforms now and not later.
 

Simiyu22

Village Elder
#16
Much respect. You are the only uotp who argues logically. Let me ask you something: What do you think of LSK chairman supporting EACC pressing charges against Ms Shollei, while claiming they have no authority to probe Ms Nyaiyaki, yet they both held/hold same job, only difference being that the former was seen as close to Jubilee while the latter is assumed to be close to odm? Is this not a sign that LSK leadership is hopelessly politically biased? What then does that mean about LSK membership in JSC (that recruits Supreme court judges)?…You see where am going with this.

The electoral reforms through parliament are needed now, before the 26th election to avoid a constitutional crisis. The laws will not affect how the people vote, and who wins the election. As things stand, a judge could rule all IEBC commissioners must go home. What then for Kenya? What about if one party writes to IEBC formally withdrawing from the election? etc.
Hii ni mambo inaweza leta vita nchini. Its important to have clear laws governing such situations. That is why I support the plan to have electoral changes now.

Hapa nakosoa serikali kidogo: The govt media depts should have their people in discussion forums explaining technical issues like why we need electoral reforms now and not later.
As long as LSK would say something in this situation, it will be viewed as partisan. It is likely he argues for Shollei's probe though. My only query is LSK's make up. Isn't it bi-partisan. Now is the chairman speaking on behalf of the whole society ( membership) or his personal view?
As it is, the bill may pass with no opposition( from NASA) signing. My concern here is with neutrality. It is very unlikely for a judge to make a ruling with grave consequences before the 26th.
 

Ubongo

Village Elder
#17
Dude, the timing is the question here. And then you are passing laws which only one player of the elections signs. Skews neutrality.
Why are you trying so hard to be rigid, Nasa mps vowed not to participate, you want them to be soothed to go to parliament, why aren't you arguing about the irreducible minimum demands to be achieved through the legal organs, gloves are off. The train left the station. They can demonstrate all they want
 

Young

Village Elder
#19
Now is the chairman speaking on behalf of the whole society ( membership) or his personal view?
As it is, the bill may pass with no opposition( from NASA) signing
he isn't supposed to make personal statements as the chair of lsk which he has gone ahead and done. that's the reason why the vice-chairperson has written to eacc and all other parties pointing out the open bias.
On nasa signing, it is not a requirement in law for the opposition to sign.
**naswa now doesn't even know why they are on the streets! is it the 'irreducible' forgotten minimums, the Jubilee amendments ama kusafisha RAT mecho?
 

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