Ahmednasir Abdullahi’s law firm will file a petition to the Judicial Service Commission to have four Supreme Court judges removed.
In an interview with Jeff on JKL, Ahmednasir said that his firm will file complaint to JSC in two weeks time with full evidence linking two supreme court judges with graft and other two for incompetency.
The senior counsel’s law firm has protested against the outcome of the Wajir gubernatorial election petition.
Former Wajir Governor Ahmed Abdullahi has gone back to the Supreme Court seeking a review of the decision delivered by the court last Friday.
In a majority decision, the court overturned the Court of Appeal judgment which had nullified the election of Governor Mohamed Abdi Mohamud.
Chief Justice David Maraga and Justice Isaac Lenaola dissented stating that Mr Mohamud was not eligible to contest the election because he does not possess a degree as required by the law.
Justices Mohamed Ibrahim, JB Ojwang’, Smokin Wanjala and Njoki Ndung’u allowed the appeal by Mr Mohamud and said that his election was valid.
“We envisage to file a complete petition for the removal of judges, it will take us two weeks to compile our evidence and witness statements,” said Ahmenasir on JKL.