Photo Courtesy; Head of Judiciary Chief Justice Martha Koome.
Taking to his Twitter account, the celebrated lawyer has now found fault with the Court of Appeal with the manner in which it discharges it's duties.
Photo Courtesy; Ahmednasir Abdulahi.
He has said that there was time when the Court of Appeal was the most decorated court in Kenya but things have now changed reducing the court into a laughing stock.
He now alleged that parties take 10 minutes to argue a 5(2)B application today and a rulling date for January 2023 is given.
He alleges that in 90% of the cases presented before it, the court fails to deliver a 5 pages rulling on the due date.
"Once upon a time the Court of Appeal was the Judiciary's crown jewel. Now it's the laughing stock. I.e Parties take 10 mins to argue a 5(2)(b) application today & a ruling date for January 2023 in given. In 90% of cases the court fails to deliver a 5 pages ruling on the due date." The senior Counsel said.
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