The political tension and temperetures were high during the presidential petition across the country and Kenyans were eager to know how the rulling will end. CJ Martha Koome remarks remained in millions of Kenyans over her harsh use of words but all in all president William Ruto is the president and he is doing a tremendous job across the country with Hustlers benefiting the most.
Well with all that Kenyans need to know about how Judiciary works and how to understand more about how cases are ruled. Due to the public demand of Kenyans need to understand more about how corruption cases and others are handled Judiciary has made this announcement to Kenyans.
These comes after DCJ Philomena Mwilu held very important meeting today. According to Judiciary earlier remarks,
"DCJ Mwilu this morning joined Amnesty International Kenya (AIK) for a Legal Freedom Clinic at Aga Khan Walk, Nairobi. The event was also a commemoration of 10 years of AIK. DCJ Mwilu thanked Amnesty Kenya for a decade of mobilizing and campaigning for human rights for Kenyans. "
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