By Dak Buoth, Nairobi, Kenya
February 1, 2017 (SSB) —- I often heard people saying a matter in court is not subjected to discussion, I beg to talk a bid. Counsel, we have entrusted you as our lead Commander at the Milimani law courts, and we have put you in front with all our eyes on you. We have mandated you to see into it that your learned Friend Dong Luak and Aggrey Idri are produced alive and fit like fiddle.
As we await the court to resume its sitting tomorrow morning for the second time, I believe you have loaded your mind with evidences waiting to spray the court with the relevance facts and facts in issue. I have reason to be confidence that we shall emerge partially victory because the existing laws and statutes work in our favor. However, I’m aware that legal battle is not a walk in the park; In fact it is quasi-military battle characterized by life threats and intimidation et cetera.
I fondly recalled an emotive case of slain Kenyan Advocate Mr. Willy Kimani who loses his life in such a legal battle last year in Nairobi. It is my humble prayer that nothing will touch you. I hope you will not be cowed because your career is not just mere profession but rather a distinguish vocation or calling to serve humanity without distinction, and as such I urge you to soldier on. (more…)