Ahmednasir Abdullahi has taken to his Twitter account bashing the CJ over having a lavish car despite the poor status of our country.
According to Ahmednasir, CJ does not deserve a car going for Kshs. 20M while some children are sleeping without food. He also claimed that there is a huge backlog of pending cases.
Chief Justice Koome stole the show when he came in a sleek, potent Toyota LC300 GR Sport SUV that was all-black.
At the Moi Stadium in Embu County, Madaraka Day festivities were conducted to mark 60 years since Kenya achieved self-governance in 1963.
The ceremony gained an additional level of refinement and excitement as a result of Chief Justice Koome’s entrance in a Toyota LC300 GR Sport SUV.
The car’s dominating presence and athletic accents caught everyone’s attention as it effortlessly moved across the ceremony grounds, making a positive impression on both participants and onlookers.
The LC300 GR Sport blends luxury and performance, providing a plush cabin with elegant details and cutting-edge off-road capabilities.
It is a flexible vehicle for navigating Kenya’s varied terrain because to its strong engine and off-road suspension.
With its cutting-edge technologies and opulent upgrades, the Toyota LC300 GR Sport SUV, the newest addition to the Land Cruiser family, has been creating waves in the auto market.
The automobile would cost you Sh23 million, according to local authorized distributors.
Notably, it was an improvement above the cars that Chief Justice David Maraga had been driving.
In the past, the illustrious position of Chief Justice was driven by a Toyota Landcruiser 200 and the opulent and elegant Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
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