The race for the new Chief Justice is almost over. After the interesting but tough interview process where 10 candidates took part, Kenyans are now keenly waiting for the results. Those 10 who were interviewed by the JSC led by Olive Mugenda and consisting of Philomena Mwilu, Kihara Kariuki and others were; Chitembwe Juma, Patricia Mbote, Martha Koome, David Marete, Philip Murgor, Nduma Nderi, Fred Ngatia, Ouko William Okello, Moni Wekesa and Ms. Yano Alice Jepkoech.
While the people are anxiously waiting for the results to be announced, Professor Makau Mutua has made a move that may make all those candidates fate to be made public.
That comes after Nation Africa through their official telegram page reported that Professor Makau Mutua and the Katiba Institute have petitioned court to compel Judicial Service Commission to publicise marks scored by Chief Justice candidates during their interviews.
That means that Fred Ngatia, Ouko William Okello, Martha Koome and other candidates as well as all Kenyans will know their fate at it may be made public.
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