According to Prof. Dr. Dr. Moni Wekesa, he is able to tremendously transform the judicial service to another level.
His learning and working Experience has gained his good communication skills both verbal and written.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Moni is currently the Dean in the School of Law, responsible for all academic and administrative work.
" I am also an associate professor of Law and a teacher whose childhood dream has always been to acquire a doctorate and become a professor." He says
Prof. has trained in sports medicine and Law in which he has acquired PhDs in both.
However, Prof. Dr. Dr. Moni has taught sports medicine at Kenyatta University, the University of Namibia, and the University of Botswana.
The Professor has also taught law at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Mount Kenya University and he is currently teaching law at Daystar University.
According to today's interview; the Professor has assured the panel that he will introduce Judicial Education where judges will volunteer to teach Law in any university of their choice for at least 3-hours.
Prof. continued to assure the panel that if he takes the position of Chief Justice, he will deal with corruption in the Judiciary and the country at large.
He also added that he will ensure the media partners with the Judiciary to makes sure the people are enlightened about the constitution, their rights, and the mandate of the judiciary.
"The media plays a key role in our lives today, passing information to our people and the globe at large. We shall have one programme about law aired on tv and radio for views and listeners to be enlightened" Prof. Dr. Dr. Moni.
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