The Chief Justice Martha Koome has made it clear that most of the judges rulings are based on majority public interests. The Chief Justice is clear that the Judiciary will forever focus the rule of law and not wishes of men because that's how the country can progress. This is discussed in most of JSC meetings.
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The Chief Justice Martha Koome is overly convinced that those who lose cases in court must accept that such happens by merits. She is clear that the Judiciary has never been biased including in the presidential petition where judges supported Ruto.
The Chief Justice Martha Koome is clear that the Judiciary is Independent and they always focus on people's interests. CJ Koome is clear that the question that guides them in all their meetings is matters around people's interests.
The Chief Justice Martha Koome is clear that ruling on cases has had different views in different quotas but judges are guided by evidence and the law. However as always, let's wait and see of what happens finally for section of Kenyans believe Judiciary has been captured.
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