The former Nairobi County governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has filed a petition to the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) seeking the removal of CJ Martha Koome from office. Sonko wants Koome kicked out of office over alleged gross misconduct and alleged incompetence.
According to a local daily, JSC Deputy Registrar Isaac Wamaasa confirmed to Sonko having received the letter seeking removal of Koome from office. Details says that the Judicial Service Commission further confirmed that the complaint is being processed in accordance with the law.
“The Judicial Service Commission is fully seized of the complaint and henceforth adopt JSC petition No. 40 of 2022. We write to advise that the complaint is being processed in accordance with the law and progress and outcome shall be communicated to you (Sonko),” reads a letter by the Judicial Service Commission addressed to Mike Sonko.
Mike Sonko accused the Chief Justice Martha Koome of demonstrating open bias, prejudice and ineptitude.
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