Yet another controversial debate has awakened over harsh political remarks. Soon after Moses Kuria apology for not watching his mouth, David Murathe is now the talk of his nation over his boldness.
Speaking on Saturday during the burial of Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju’s brother, Kefa, in Rarieda, Murathe maintained that Ruto should retire together with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe has vowed to do anything to stop deputy President William Ruto from succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.
“Tutaenda hadi Supreme Court. Sisi hatucheki na watu (we will head to the Supreme Court, we are not joking with anyone),” he said.
Various Kenyans including leaders came out on twitter immediately questioning the supreme court move.
Since voters are impossible to convince and considering we can’t change the Constitution, we should go to Supreme Court to stop him by all means. Ama namna gani my fren ?
— KIPCHUMBA MURKOMEN, E.G.H (@kipmurkomen) January 5, 2019
Mutula Kilonzo Junior revealed that an individual cannot seek an advisory opinion under the supreme court act.
Supposing a deputy President resigns before the end of term? Can he/ she be deemed to have served full term as Deputy or President? Needless to say, an individual cannot seek an advisory opinion under the Supreme Court Act !
— Sen Mutula KilonzoJR (@SenMutula) January 5, 2019
Another strong opinion stated that supreme court does not choose leaders, Kenyans are the ones who will vote.
David Murathe is thinking inform of of alcohol that he was taking with atwoli,Supreme Court does not chose leaders, Kenyans will Vote. @WilliamsRuto track record speaks for itself. Kenyans will decide via IEBC , is vying criminal, we can’t he join the race ? @TeamWiliamRuto
— Bella Bee (@kachesi) January 5, 2019
Even if David Murathe goes to the Supreme Court he will lose, they can’t stop DP Ruto from vying as the president. The only way they can stop him is by not making him the Jubilee flag bearer of which he may still form another political party & vie. Only the ballot can stop Ruto.
— BRAVIN™ (@ItsBravin) January 6, 2019
Do you think Murathe’s move to supreme court will bear him any fruits?