It is not long since Martha Koome took over from David Maraga as the new Chief Justice but she has already felt the heat. Judiciary wars with the Executive seems to be ongoing while other people like LSK President Nelson Havi and others have also picked up a war with her at one point.
As we are speaking, eyes are once again on CJ Martha Koome after something terrible was said by Raila Odinga's ally Peter Kaluma. While reacting to a report about a woman suing Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka over child support case, Peter Kaluma hinted that the nation needs a more mature and competent judicial officers in the Children's Court.
Peter Kaluma claimed that child support cases are currently the biggest industry in Kenya sustained by the Children's Court. It is at that point that he questions if it is high time that the country gets more mature and competent judicial officers to settle up matter.
His statement was clear, at the moment, the Children's Court has immature and incompetent judicial officers thus others that are mature and competent should be employed.
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