Friday, January 29, 2016
This Is The Alleged Amount Supreme Court Judges Were Bribed To Deny Raila Odinga The Presidency In Last General Election (See Details)
Supreme Court Judges allegedly received a bribe of sh500 million to rule in favor of President Uhuru in the last general election, reports Kenya-Post.
According to the blog, Jacob Juma claimed that the former National Intelligence Service (NIS) Director, Julius Karangi, handed the bribe to the six judges who constituted Chief Justice Willy Mutunga, Njoki Ndungu, Justices Philip Tonui, Mohamed Ibrahim, Jackton Ojwang and Smokin Wanjala.
Jacob Juma was quoted as saying:
“NIS allegedly bribed Supreme Court judges sh500m in 2013 presidential case to rule in favour of Uhuru. Gichangi owes Kenyans an explanation.”
“Benefits of Justice for Sale: if you pay sh500m for presidency win, you can easily recover sh100b from Eurobond, infrastructure projects etc,” Juma added.
This new twist comes in the wake of allegations of bribery facing Supreme Court Judge Philip Tanui who is accused of receiving sh200 million from Governor Dr Evans Kidero.