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Meet Kenya's First Visually Impaired Judge Sworn-in By president Uhuru on Friday

Laibuta was elevated to Court of Appeal Judge after Uhuru acknowledged his proposition fronted by the Judiciary Service Commission (JSC).

"I Imaana Laibuta, Judge of the Court of Appeal do gravely attest for the sake of the Almighty God to perseveringly serve individuals and the Republic of Kenya to seriously do equity as per the Constitution as by law set up.

"Unafraid, favor, inclination, fondness, hostility or bias or any political, strict or other impact in the activity of all Judicial capacities depended to me," he swore, adding that he will guard the Constitution.

Laibuta lost his sight at age 22 while in his first year of college contemplates. As indicated by him, this was absolutely a clinical mishap.

"I got treated for intestinal sickness, got treated with Chloroquine, got Chloroquine harming and my sight went in two hours. The main thing you are gone up against with is stun except if the deficiency of sight is steady and you realize it is coming. At the point when it is an unexpected loss of absolute sight, you are tossed into stun, disarray, you are wrecked from your ordinary course throughout everyday life.

"The sharpness was more because of the way that the clinical staff had no clue about what was happening. A few specialists would say, "God help us, this is simply brief, it will wear off in a year or somewhere in the vicinity." So you resemble a guinea pig in an emergency clinic for a month and 10 days going through all way of tests. At last, I left the medical clinic not realizing what had occurred. In any case, what I cannot deny is that it emerged from that treatment," he said at a past meet.

Educational program Vitae

Preceding his advancement, Laibuta filled in as a magistrate at the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (Kenya). He is a Chartered Arbitrator (CArb) and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb).

The Professor has filled in as the supporter of the High Court of Kenya for a very long time. He is likewise a Law Society of Kenya consistent legitimate instruction (CLE) facilitator in intervention.

He was likewise a law teacher for a very long time, and a supported coach and mentor, analyst, mediator and assessor for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Outside Kenya, Laibuta filled in as the Chairperson of the administration leading body of the Kenya Chapter of Voluntary Services Overseas [VSO-Jitolee (EA) Volunteering], an individual from the chief chamber of the Kenya Society for the Blind and Chairman of the Education and Rehabilitation Committee.

The Appellate appointed authority has co-worked with various consultative workshops, courses and meetings coordinated by the IDP Africa Forum, UNDPK, the Kenya Society for the Blind and the Law Reform Commission on the UN Convention and homegrown enactment on the privileges of people with inabilities.

In Botswana, he worked with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Government of Botswana (Ministry of Health) for the improvement of the National Policy on Disability. Laibuta has a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Law, University of Nairobi, School of Law (2009-2012)

A Master of Laws (LL.M.) London School of Economics (University of London), a Post Graduate Studies from Kenya School of Law and Post Graduate Diploma in Law. He is additionally a prepared go between as he examined Alternative Dispute Resolution at the University of California, US.

"Leave your activities and choices alone guided exclusively on impartial and steadfast utilization of the constitution and our composed laws; our standards and qualities as a country; and the abrogating interests of equity," Uhuru told Laibuta at his swearing-in function.

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