NASA MP sends strong warning to Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju

This is after Tuju wrote a protest letter to the Chief Justice

The Kiminini MP warned that he should be careful because Jubilee will not be in power forever.

“Tuju should stop behaving like Jubilee will be in power forever. He should know that the government of today is the opposition of tomorrow,” he said.

He called on the Jubilee government to obey court orders saying that they would not sit and watch the independence of the judiciary threatened.

Raphael Tuju wrote a letter castigating Chief Justice David Maraga for what he termed as an attempt to burn down Kenya following the August 8 controversial presidential polls.

In the open letter, Tuju addressed the CJ and the judiciary saying that they displayed signs of prejudice and overall poor leadership after he nullified the August 8 Presidential Election.

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