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Top KCPE Candidate 2021 Receives a Suprise Visit by CJ. Koome

Martha Koome; the chief justice of the republic of Kenya, on Sunday, May 22 has stated that she will pay a visit to Lucy Njagi Njoki, a top Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) 2021 student.

The student revealed that Lady Justice Martha Koome was her role model and that she aspired to meet her. "This afternoon, I'll be at Loreto High School Limuru to fulfill Njoki's dream. Hello there, "Koome committed himself.

Njoki took her KCPE exam at Kiambu Hillcrest School in March 2022 and received a 404. She also came out on top in Kiambu County's Mathematics competition, revealing that she wants to be a lawyer. "Chief Justice Koome is my role model for the future. She worked hard and ascended to the position of President of the Judiciary. That's something I admire in you "Kiambu Magazine was told by the teenager.

A number of Kenyans praised the CJ for her humility in making the statement. Some people proposed that she sponsor the pupil all the way through high school.

"Madam, you are exactly who you are and will never change. I knew having you as CJ wasn't in vain. Thank you for having such a good heart! You are a true inspiration! Blessings!" Chege had written."You are really thoughtful, Chief Justice. When you were sitting at the Court of Appeal in Nakuru, I met you with some friends. We've gotten this far because of what you and Justice Visram told us. We'll be here shortly to testify. God's blessings on you, "Written by Elizabeth Jepleting.

President Uhuru Kenyatta chose Justice Martha Koome as the first female head of the judiciary in May 2021, making history. Her narrative has inspired society, particularly women and young girls, not only in Kenya but around the world. She spends time tutoring both male and female pupils in the country outside of the halls of justice. She hosted candidates from Mugoiri Girls and Alliance Girls High Schools in her office on March 4.

"I encouraged the students to stay focused because there are no shortcuts to hard work; they should follow their goals and keep breaking the glass ceiling. The boy child will not be forgotten, and they will get their turn with CJ shortly "she penned. Koome has been a prominent advocate for children's rights before being appointed to office. Her efforts were recognized in 2020 when she was named runner-up for the UN Person of the Year award.

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