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President Ruto Receives 20 Names For Position Of High Court Judge

William Ruto, the Deputy President of Kenya, has been extremely active recently, working on a variety of significant issues that are currently affecting the nation, one of which is the Competency-Based Curriculum.

Picture courtesy. CJ Koome shown here with President William Ruto.

According to the reports that have been brought to our attention from State House in Nairobi, the Judicial Service Commission is said to have also finished conducting interviews for the position of High Court Judge.

It has come to our attention from the Judicial Service Commission in Nairobi, Kenya, that President William Ruto has been provided with the names of twenty successful applicants for the position of High Court Judge. The reports that we have access to are reliable and can be trusted.

According to the reports, President Trump has been provided with the names of the 20 candidates for judicial positions so that he can consider them and then appoint them.

In the immediate aftermath of his inauguration, President Ruto made a commitment to cultivate a friendly relationship with the country's judicial system in order to ensure the efficient operation of the nation.

According to the reports that we have in front of us this evening, the twenty names of the applicants who were successful in their application have not yet been made public.

After receiving the names at State House in Nairobi, it is anticipated that the president will make the appointments within the next few days.

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