KOT had much to say after Supreme Court Justice Chacha Mwita stopped the persecution of DCJ Philomena Mwilu
The Mwilu case was temporarily suspended until 9 October until the constitutional issues are resolved  Kenyan on Twitter I had much to say after the Supreme Court judge, Chacha Mwita, had set the prosecution of Deputy Supreme Judge Philomena Mwilu on Wednesday, August 29
The indictment against Mwuu was until 9 October, until the constitutional issues are resolved.
The DCJ, who was arrested on Tuesday for alleged allegations of corruption, abuse of power and tax evasion, was summoned to appeal to the anti-corruption court Wednesday morning.
Mwilu was represented by a number of lawyers, including James Orengo, who said that she was against the director The prosecutor will demonstrate because he is the director of the criminal police in the arrest of the DCJ.
"We will explain why the head of the Procuratorate in this matter has decided to use the director of the Criminal Investigation Department, who has proved to be more user-friendly instead of using the legal regime, the legal regime based on criminal offenses that was created by the Anti-Corruption Law, "Orengo said.
However, there were mixed reactions among netizens after High Court had ceased to prosecute Mwilus. That is what some of them have to say;
I understand that the Supreme Court has stopped the persecution of DCJ Mwilu. The court should just stop all criminal cases in courtesy, free all prisoners, lift the Constitution and all other laws, and let everyone do what they want to do. Geoffrey NG (@ GeojanEngineer1) August 29, 2018
The @ODPP_KE indicted on the DCJ Mwilu charge and the onslaught to take them to court to take plea. There is more, and for the first time Kenyans have expressed their doubts about the independence of the new DPP. Time will tell #DCJMwiluInCourt – Douglas Orang & # 39; i (@Douglasorangi) August 29, 2018
I wish most people who Condemn the arrest of DCJ Mwilu has raised issues with the lawsuit. However, it compares a few mistakes made by other parties and says, why did not we persecute the other? ????See also: Virgin remain until 26 – DCJ Mwilu advises girl
– Judy Muriithi (@ImJudyMuriithi) August 29, 2018
If I was judge Chacha Mwita Judge of the Supreme Court. I would still suspend DCJ Mwilu's charges. With a walking constitution in the picture (James Orengo) you need to review your constitution and get your facts right and that requires time and pause. – Jackson Arunga (@ Jacksonsonunga) August 29, 2018
If the charges against DCJ Mwilu are based on events that occurred when she was a judge, those who checked her for the position of DCJ owe an explanation.- Benard Aloo (@ AlooBenardo) August 29, 2018
When the Supreme Court annulled the presidential election, they claimed that we were at risk of a constitutional crisis. Chacha Mwita Supreme Court has reinstated the persecution against DCJ Mwilu, claiming that there is a constitutional crisis.- Char-lee Oddie (@Oddcharley) August 29, 2018
There is no way that the judiciary would play a ball on this one. Every single path and every gap is used by every single judge who will hear this DCJ Mwilu matter. John Jacob Kioria (@JKioria) August 29, 2018
DCJ Mwilu has just proved to me that we are alone in this fight against corruption Politicians are not with us. If you see that their entire defense is political advocates, we are damned !, Mr. President, … GEN.STAN KINYUA (1945) 29th August 2018
 We are going through what we are seeing in a constitutional crisis be. Justice Chacha Mwita suspends / stops the prosecution of DCJ Mwilu and this shows in my judgment that the courts are deceiving by intimidation of the above forces – Delio Lekarsia (@Delio_Lekarsia) August 29, 2018
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