At the Tinderet Integrated Technical and Trainers College commissioning in Nandi County, President Ruto expressed his willingness to lead discussions involving the three branches of government.
Ruto stated, “I am ready for a meeting with the Judiciary, Executive, and Legislature, our Leadership.
The leadership of the Executive, led by me, the leadership of the Judiciary led by the Chief Justice, and the leadership of the Legislature led by our Speakers.”
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He reiterated concerns about individuals disrupting the government agenda through the bribery of judicial officers.
Ruto welcomed the conversation between the Executive and committed to taking a proactive role in addressing issues affecting the nation.
“I am going to lead from the front in that conversation so that we can deal with the monster that is destroying our country, and so that we can deal with those who benefit from the status quo…the vested interest who have taken our health hostage, who don’t want us to change the system to make it transparent.”
President Ruto expressed his determination to confront challenges such as bribery, expensive legal maneuvers, and obstruction of the universal health coverage program.
He emphasized the need for open dialogue to bring about positive change.
Chief Justice Martha Koome confirmed the Judicial Service Commission’s (JSC) attempt to engage President Ruto in a meeting.
In a press briefing, Koome mentioned reaching out to Ruto to discuss any issues with the judicial arm and sought his cooperation in providing relevant information.
In response to concerns about the assault on the judiciary, the JSC, through Chief Justice Koome, warned of a dangerous slide towards chaos and anarchy.
The JSC emphasized that threats from the Executive and Legislature to defy court orders were pushing the country toward a constitutional crisis and potential civil strife.