The Judiciary should stop issuing further court orders directed to the Presidency
A top Tharaka _ Nithi KANU official warned that the way the Judiciary through its courts was issuing the orders was clear manifestation of a sour relation between the Executive and it's other arm .
The county KANU chairman Peter Ndatho claimed unless the courts stops issuing the tyrands of unimplimentable court orders directed to the Head of State ,then the country was headed to a state of arnachy.
In a statement to the media this morning from his Marimanti base ,the official urged the Chief Justice Martha koome to ignore last week's order by the courts to swear in the six Judges president Uhuru declined to swear in.
The courts have directed Koome to swear the six if the president will not have done it in the next 14 days.
Ndatho has warned of more friction between the Executive and the Judiciary should Koome head to the court order and swear in the six Judges.
The official is now urging the three arms of the government to work together for the sake of peace and tranquility of country and it's citizens .
"We should keep activism from all our public institutions especially the Judiciary since we depend on it for the expeditious dispensation of justice ,"the official said .
He said the trend the courts were taking were dangerous to the national democracy and a threat to peaceful co_existrnce of Kenyans.