KOT go ‘missing’ as Supreme Court reads full judgement
On Wednesday morning as the Supreme Court sat to give its full judgement of the presidential petition ruling, Kenyans on Twitter were keen to attentively follow the proceedings.
However, within an hour most people online started questioning their ability to grasp what was being said by the Supreme Court judges.
With that, they took to Twitter to share their frustrations. Here are a few of their comments:
She lost me when burden of proof shifted. An hour later, I’m still lost. #SupremeRuling
— The Primary Asset (@HOVELYZZ) September 20, 2017
SCORK has taken the approach of Mr Kariuki who taught me maths. You score zero even if your answer is right if you don’t show your workings
— Mohamed Wehliye (@WehliyeMohamed) September 20, 2017
Justice Mwilu is a judge not a newscaster. Seems this fact eludes those casting doubt on Supreme Court ruling bc of her slow reading thereof
— Matina Stevis (@MatinaStevis) September 20, 2017
#SupremeRuling This ruling really is detailed!
Me trying to keep up. pic.twitter.com/UCv8Rd3vjQ
— Mokaya Erick (@ProbingInvestor) September 20, 2017
Haiya hakuna commercial or entertainment break? #SupremeRuling
— Mark Maish (@markmaish) September 20, 2017
Are we following the substance or the slowness in its delivery..Haraka haraka haina baraka,Lady Justice Mwilu u hav whole day #SupremeRuling
— Geoffrey CeeLoh (@Ceeloh) September 20, 2017
#SupremeRuling When you are confused at court proceedings and still make noise on twitter for nothing. pic.twitter.com/VRIVj6zWCb
— Global_Citizen (@IbnKhadib) September 20, 2017
#SupremeRuling Those who were brain washed yesterday ain’t getting any sense in what the DCJ is reading.. #WakoraNetwork
— MalobaIdris (@Maloba_Idris) September 20, 2017
to ferify ….to ferify….to ferify…
that is all I’m hearing??
— Lil Intro Vert (@6_Demigod) September 20, 2017