Demonstration in Nyamira. PHOTO | Reuters
Demonstration in Nyamira. PHOTO | Reuters

Residents of Nyamira County where Chief Justice David Maraga comes from took to the streets after a petition was filed to remove him from office by the Nyeri town legislature.  The furious resident vowed to end the little votes that Jubilee got in August polls.

The group has condemned the position at which justice is done in Kenya, just after the Nyeri town, MP Ngunjiri Wambugu vowed to impeach the Chief Justice David Maraga before the year ends.

The demonstrators condemned the Jubilee government and claimed it was behind the petition by Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu. They came carrying a make shift 'casket' made of cartons with a portrait of President Uhuru Kenyatta hanged on its side The demonstrators also shouted slogans to condemned the Jubilee government. Nyamira residents were not happy after a Jubilee MP filed a petition to remove 'their 'son' Chief Justice David Maraga from office.

The tough talks that the Government has been attacking the Chief Justice David Maraga have reduced as they claim to proceed with that matter after the October polls. The Kisii resident has also faulted on the Internal displaced people method of refunding saying that it only benefited few individuals.

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