Photo Courtesy; Former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Senior Counsel allied to Kenya Kwanza Alliance and President William Ruto, Ahmednasir Abdulahi has taken to question why a misconduct case on High Court judge Said Chitembwe has now taken long than as expected by the senior Counsel.
He has questioned what happened to the tribunal that was constituted by former President Uhuru Kenyatta to investigate the conduct of the judge. A compliant was lodged on how the judge handled a land case in 2018.
He has questioned whether the tribunal has ever even had a meeting to deliberate on the allegations or that there are no witnesses or sitting allowance for the members of the tribunal.
"By the way what happened to the Tribunal appointed by former President Kenyatta ages ago to investigate the conduct of Justice Saidi Chitembwe?...not even a single sitting? What is really happening there? Akuna complainants? Akuna witnesses? Akuna pesa ya sitting allowance?" Read the tweet shared by Ahmednasir Abdulahi.
The members of the tribunal included Justice Mumbi Ngugi(chair), Lady Justice Abida Ali Aroni, Justice Nzioki wa Makau, James Ochieng’ Oduol, Lt. Gen. (Rtd.) Jackson W. Ndung’u, Dr Lydia Nzomo, and Dr Fred Ojiambo.
See some reactions from Kenyans regarding this matter;
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