Garissa Township MP Aden Duale has hit out at the criminal justice system in the country accusing it of being used by the state to be partisan and harass political leaders allied to deputy president William Ruto.
Duale who was reacting to the recent controversy surrounding the degree of embattled Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja was quick to add that the use of the criminal justice system for actions outside their mandate will be revisited once Kenya Kwanza assumes power.
According to Duale who claims that the Nairobi Senator has a valid degree, there is more than meets the eye in the saga pointing an accusing finger at actors within the criminal justice system to target allies of the DP.
The former National Assembly Majority Leader assured their supporters that Sakaja’s name will be in the ballot and that the ultimate decision on who will be the governor of Nairobi lies with the voters.
Sakaja has previously blamed his woes on President Uhuru Kenyatta, accusing him of using his influence in Kenya and Uganda to frustrate his August gubernatorial bid.
Deputy President William Ruto has also waded into the controversy surrounding the academic qualifications of his ally, Sakaja, and described it as an assault on his Kenya Kwanza coalition.