GAMBLER'S FALLACY

Uhuru lacks good political, legal advisers

In Summary
  • The Attorney General either fears the President or he’s just not giving sound advice on the law
  • The job of the Attorney General is speaking law to power. 

Following the long and monumental ruling by the five-judge High Court bench on the BBI process, and by extension the legacy project of President Uhuru Kenyatta, one thing stands out: He must go out ...

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