The final candidate for the position of the Chief Justice was today cross examined by members of the Judicial Service Commission, on her suitability to head the institution, and by the look of things, she came to the panel half prepared.
As lawyer Alice Yano was asked to give a brief history of herself, she over did it, basing on the other factors that did not add value to her bid to lead the judiciary.
This forced madam chair to first interrupt her and help her align with the question, and this also did not last, force the chair to again intervene, asking her to talk to the panel direct.
This is after she seemed to be referring to her notes when talking about her self. This was not the last time she was interrupted, as she was for the third time reminded to refer to the question by the chair, when she was asked on how she was going to improve the judiciary.
It seemed the lady lawyer was not ready for the task ahead of her, as this forced the deputy Chief Justice to reserve other questions, after she acknowledged not being aware.
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