Monday July 8,2019-Deputy Chief Justice, Philomena Mwilu, has for the first time opened up about the nullification of President Uhuru Kenyatta‘s win in 2017.
In an exclusive interview with one of the local dailies, Mwilu said her life has never been the same since the 2017 court decision.
According to Mwilu, since the ruling, morbid fear is something she has learnt to live with.
This has peaked in the past few months with strange cars trailing her and odd calls which have constantly been coming through.
The DCJ also revealed that she has been condemned to carry the burden of the 2017 decision on behalf of her colleagues and the country.
Public arrest, humiliation on social media and endless court battles are among the issues that have been giving her sleepless nights.
She said she even fears going to church and she is always accompanied by dozen of bodyguards because she fears somebody might kill her.
She however, remains firm that her fate won’t take the path of Nancy Baraza, who was hounded out by a zealous Judicial Service Commission (JSC) for pinching a guard.
“I discharge my duties diligently and I have upheld my solemn duty to defend and protect Kenya’s Constitution as one of the top judges in Kenya. Whether they kill me as they’ve been attempting to do, I’ll continue to discharge my duties as a judge without fear or favour,” she said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST
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