Pressure continues to mount on President Uhuru Kenyatta to dissolve parliament with recent pressure coming from United Green Movement Party led by former Ndhiwa Member of Parliament Agostinho Neto and former Nairobi Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke.
According to Neto the High Court through Justice Weldon Korir did not suspend the dissolution of the house but only gave parties involved time to go and enact the two gender rule and that yesterday’s order did not bar the president from dissolving the house.
‘‘The Hon Justice Weldon Korir did stop the execution of the dissolution of parliament he gave them sometime to argue their case this means that parliament can still be dissolved therefore we are giving him up to 13th October failure to which we as the people shall evict Members of Parliament,’’ he stated.
He further warned lawyers against what he termed as misleading Kenyans on the same issue. Neto says that a section of lawyers have been misinterpreting the advisory given by the Chief Justice exposing their low understanding of the law.
‘’The president should not listen to these quack lawyers the truth of the matter states that parliament stands dissolved. It is just a matter of time of when and what we have said we shall evict them,’’ he added.