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Lawyer Ndegwa Wants Uhuru To Kick Out the 34 Judges From The Judiciary, Proposes Those to be Appointed

Celebrated Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has expressed dissatisfaction with what happened recently in the Judiciary where a list of 34 Judges was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta to serve in various departments in the Court of Appeal.

Speaking in an interview with TV47, Lawyer Njiru has informed that going by the recent complain from those who feel dissatisfied with President Uhuru's latest appointment in the Judiciary, he sees no wrong with the President but the Judiciary itself.

Lawyer Njiru has said that the Judiciary has failed Kenyans informing that Chief Justice Martha Koome should have looked at the assumption of office activities in the swearing-in of judges.

"The President is unable to follow some of the court orders because the judiciary has also made it very difficult for us to live. The CJ should have looked at the assumption of office activities in the swearing-in of judges," Lawyer degwa Njiru has said.

The Lawyer has continued to state that seeing that the JSC has failed Kenyans President Uhuru should overturn the appointments and ensure that all the 34 appointed are all kicked out to start the appointment afresh.

According to Lawyer Ndegwa, he has advised that the appointment ought to be carried out from those people who are not conveniently in the Judiciary to avoid such arising complaints.

"The President has one choice to make. He has to appoint people he feels are not conveniently in the judiciary, and make sure that he commences a further removal process," Ndegwa Njiru has added.

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