The deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, honorable William Ruto wrote his congratulatory message to Justice Martha Koome after her swearing in as the new Chief Justice of Kenya at State House. He wrote that the swearing in of Martha Koome marks the beginning of a new dawn in Kenya towards the transformation of this country. He also wrote that this is a clear indication that women are no longer tomorrow’s leaders but today’s leaders.
Many Kenyans rushed online in order to comment on that post. They said that they also believe that lady Justice Martha Koome will serve the country with a lot of integrity. This is because she has some much vast knowledge, in matters that relate with the law and the court.
They also said that they also have hope as the hustler nation that Martha Koome is the one who will swear in the deputy President as the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya.
Other Kenyans also said that, they hope that she will fill the shoes of David Maraga and rule well. They also said that they hope that she will remain independent and she will do everything possible to protect the constitution at all costs.
Majority of the people also said that they hope that, more women will be involved in the leadership positions in the country. They also challenged her to work well and prove to Kenyans that she really qualified for that job. She was also told that she should not allow the independence of the Judiciary to be compromised.
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