The interviews to select the next chief justice began yesterday with judge Chetembwa being the first one to be first one to be interviewed.The position that was left vacant by CJ Maraga after he retired attracted a number of candidates.
The Atheist society of Kenya through their chairman wrote a letter to the panel conducting the interviews requesting them to ask Fred Ngatia how should people believe that he won't take sides and he already represented president Uhuru in 2017?
Many Kenyans on social media are also talking about it claiming that he already got the job and the interviews were just for formalities.
Senator Ledama Ole kina on his twitter account yesterday he wrote that he knows interviews were for formalities and that Fred Ngatia should buy more suits for the job if not he was ready to offer Maasai suits to him.
We wish all the candidates well and success to them.Let's not conclude but give them hope so that they shouldn't give up in what is before them.
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