The Judiciary is getting ready to hear the argument made by the attorneys for former prime minister Raila Odinga over the validity of the general elections, with a focus on the presidential vote, in 2022. On the other hand, the Judiciary has informed us through trustworthy reports that Chief Justice Martha Koome has made various appointments across the nation as of this afternoon. Up to 91 Magistrates have been appointed by Chief Justice Martha Koome to serve around the nation, according to the trustworthy sources we have received this afternoon.
There has been a significant announcement from Chief Justice Martha Koome. CJ Koome claims that she has named 91 judges in total to the lands and environment courts.
The judges should represent the nation with distinction, according to Martha Koome's statement. The CJ adds that it is obvious the court expects the appointed magistrates to render decisions based on the merits and matters at hand.
In order to help clear the backlog, Chief Justice Martha Koome has taken the lead in appointing judges to important courts. But it's obvious that these judges also require the courts and offices where they would be sitting, both of which are currently in short supply.
The fact remains, though, that Chief Justice Martha Koome is making an effort to assist Kenyans despite her limited means. She clearly paid attention to the legislation, regional balance, and the qualifications of the magistrates before nominating them.
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