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What Ruto Has Reportedly Told High Court Judges Sworn Into Office At State House.

President William Ruto has today morning presided over the swearing in event for the twenty High Court judges that he had appoointed barely a day ago.

While delivering his speech, Ruto has taken a move to demand for proper execution of duties by the judges whom he has instructed to ensure fairness, competence and respect of the judiciary is upheld.

"We have an institution called the judiciary, a third arm of government. An institution that has a mandate and you will ensure that the judiciary is dignified, respected and that you will promote fairness, the independence, competence and the integrity of the judiciary," said President Ruto.

He has also reminded the judges to always become aware that the mandates they are carrying out are on behalf of a judiciary that belongs to Kenya hence the need to do everything responsibly.

"I implore upon you as you discharge your responsibilities, as you consider all the issues that come before you always remember that you serve the judiciary of Kenya," added President Ruto.

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