The Legal Help Commission (JSC) has excused a primer protest that had been recorded by High Court judge Juma Chitembwe trying to obstruct the knowing about an appeal pushing for his terminating.
The commission in its choice said that the complaint doesn't raise unadulterated places of law and that the suitability of the sound and video accounts not set in stone at the becoming aware of the appeal.
The matter will be referenced on 28th of this current month.
In the mean time, four applicants have recorded a grievance with the workplace of Boss Equity Martha Koome in regards to an appeal documented at JSC looking for expulsion from office of equity Chitembwe.
The four refer to indecency by the Commission with respect to the treatment of the petitions.
In December last year, the High Court declined to concede orders looked for by judge Said Chitembwe to stop the Legal Assistance Commission (JSC) from hearing an appeal trying to have him taken out from office.
Equity Ong'undi noticed that the application by Chitembwe depends on a claim that he was not given adequate opportunity to react to allegations evened out against him.
"That to me is an issue that JSC can manage. I have subsequently not been shown any infringement of the law to make this court award the supplications looked for by the applicant now," the court dominated.
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