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CJ Martha Koome Breaks Silence Amid Fake Itumbi's Assassination Case, Tells Kenyans What She's Up To

Lady Justice Martha Karambu Koome is a Kenyan advocate and Human Rights Defender, serving as the Chief Justice of Kenya since 21 May 2021. She is the first woman to serve as Chief Justice in Kenya. She has an aggregate of 33 years of experience in the legal profession. She was born in 1960 in Meru County, Kenya.

Chief Justice Martha Koome broke her silence amid the ongoing investigation on Dennis Itumbi's Fake assassination claims on Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto. The hardworking Chief Justice Martha Koome told Kenyans that she is at the Forum of Chief Justices from Eastern and Southern Africa, where they are discussing use of technology in judiciaries across the region and collectively reflect on critical issues on justice delivery.

"At the Forum of Chief Justices from Eastern and Southern Africa, where we are discussing use of technology in judiciaries across the region and collectively reflect on critical issues on justice delivery." Tweeted by CJ Martha Koome

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