Judicial Service Commission was put on spit by Kenyans during the Chief justice interview. The interview was closely followed by Kenyans who had more expectations in Justice William Ouko and Senior Council Fred Ngatia. But when thr results were released that CJ Martha Koome had emerged the Winner reactions took the coutry by storm. Section of Kenyans lost trust in the JSC.
The BBI report which was spearheaded by President Uhuru Kenyatta was put to certain hault after high court judges dismissed the BBI stating that President Uhuru Kenyatta did not follow the constitution. The fight between Judiciary and executive kept on intensifying.
The appointment of 40 judges came and it was so unfortunate that 6 judges were left out. These saw president Uhuru Kenyatta in hot soup and CJ Martha Koome, Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto all demanded that the judges must be sworn in. These has created more wrangles and today details emerged that the already sworn in judges were stooped from working untill the issue is solved.
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