Chebukati did ‘picky picky ponky’: Lawyer Willis exhibit lights up the internet

There were light minutes in the Supreme Court request hearings on Wednesday when lawyer Willis Otieno utilized a pre-school mood just to effectively express an idea.

Mr Otieno, who is addressing candidate David Kariuki Ngari, turned to singing a well known nursery rhyme “Picky Ponky” in Dholuo while exhibiting how IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati ran the constituent body.

While perspiring lavishly Mr Otieno was made sense of how Mr Chebukati had transformed the commission’s command into a piece of cake when he selected to sing the nursery rhyme.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 31 – Willis Otieno – the lawyer representing Khelef Khalifa and others in the presidential petition, mounted a spirited submission on Wednesday on the legality of the presidential results, which were declared by the Chairperson of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Wafula Chebukati. Photo|POOL
NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 31 – Willis Otieno – the lawyer representing Khelef Khalifa and others in the presidential petition, mounted a spirited submission on Wednesday on the legality of the presidential results, which were declared by the Chairperson of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Wafula Chebukati. Photo|POOL

“What Chebukati did is what my niece, Mimi, calls ‘pinky ponky, Paka mielo disko! (the feline is moving at a disco),” he said.

“Chebukati calls both Ruto and Raila and he was the main individual who knew who the disco would arrive on. It fell on Ruto and he said, presto, you are the president.”

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He addressed to run the races.

“Is that the way in which we expect to pick our public chief? We have diminished it to Mimi’s Pinky Ponky Paka… ?” he presented.

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Before he could get done, Justice Smokin Wanjala added and let him know that they were not understanding what he was talking about.

“I gave you loving direction. Watch out! That language is by all accounts outsider to this court,’ Mr Wanjala said, tossing the court into chuckling.

His show was loaded with life and feeling as he made sense of his accommodation under the watchful eye of a seven-judge seat.

It didn’t be ignored and Kenyans bounced into the cart drove by previous Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu who commended the legal advisor for utilizing the pre-school mood to exhibit how the IEBC seat ran the Commission.