The Supreme Court of Kenya is on the spot over the Wajir County Governor's election petition which has been delayed without judgment.
The stalemate has left Senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi touted to bring down the entire Judiciary.
The case has been delayed beyond the expectations of Wajir residents who are now worried and eager to know the fate of their Governor.
Senior counsel Nelson Havi on Sunday evening hinted through his twitter handle that Ahmednasir Abdullahi is determined to go down with the supreme court of Kenya and especially Chief Justice David Maraga.
"Ahmednasir Abdullahi is determined to go down with several SCOK Judges or entire Court on Wajir Gubernatorial Election Petition. So far two, including the CJ himself have been identified and marked," Havi wrote on Twitter.
Nelson Havi further claimed that senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has been successful in bringing down the judicial officers with the recent being Justice Philip Tunoi
"Not so long ago he succeeded on Philip Tunoi. Let us wait for the next victim(s)," added the advocate.
Havi claims that the senior counsel has every right to take head on the judges who are 'hoarding' and frustrating the case to 'doctor' the judgment since he has all the constitutional obligation as a senior legal mind in the country to show Kenyans the light.
Ahmednasir has been very vocal of late accusing the judiciary especially the CJ for what he termed as failing the independence of the Judiciary as stipulated in the constitution of Kenya (2010).
The aggrieved lawyer took to his twitter handle also to a portion Blame on CJ Maraga over the Wajir petition.
"This is the sad consequences of the supreme court "hoarding" the Wajir judgment. In the Laikipia Governor case in which judgment was delivered last Friday, CJ Maraga in his concurring judgment refers to his yet to be delivered decision in the Wajir case," a dejected senior counsel retorted on twitter.
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