The 2 people who can help Uhuru remove Maraga from CJ office
Uhuru advised on how to deal with Maraga
In his analysis titled: Raila is Re-Grouping: Urgent Letter to Uhuru, Mr. Ngunyi suggested to President Kenyatta of the two powerful individuals in the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) who he ought to befriend in order to successfully remove Maraga from the top office in the Judiciary.
The analyst asked the Head of State to ensure that Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu and Justice Smokin Wanjala are on his side in a bid to revisit the CJ Maraga headache.
"You need to finish Maraga and you need to do so in the most obvious way. All you need are the six members of the JSC. You have four members already, appointed this week. If you acquire two other members of the sitting Commission, you will remove Maraga finito," the analysis suggested.
The analyst added: "And by the way you do not need a valid reason to remove him. If you have the six members of the JSC, you can remove Maraga because you do not like the shape of his head. Your reasoning can be politically ridiculous as the judgments he has been making".
In the analysis, Ngunyi's team then advised the President to promise Ms Mwilu and Wanjala, the position of Chief Justice and Deputy Chief Justice respectively in order to betray CJ Maraga at the JSC.
"You can remove Maraga and maintain the harmless look of a dove. If you have four members of the JSC, all you need is Justice Mwilu and Wanjala on your side. If you get them Maraga is finished," Ngunyi noted.
Prof Ngunyi highlighted that since President Kenyatta had already proposed three names; Patrick Gichohi, Olive Mugenda and Felix Koskei to the JSC he would have representatives to support his agenda.
The Attorney General is also part of the Commission and last week the President nominated former Court of Appeal President Paul Kihara to the AG position after the resignation of Githu Muigai.
According to the Constitution, a process to remove the President of the Supreme Court can commence following a motion initiated by the JSC or on the petition of any person to the Commission.
JSC will then convene and consider the petition. If it is satisfied that the petition discloses a ground for removal sends the petition to the President who will suspend the CJ.
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