Chief Justice Martha Koome is one of the most known people in the country. She is not only known because she is the first female Chief Justice in the country but she is also known because she has been making tough rulings that have been leaving many Kenyans talking.
In recent days, CJ Martha Koome has been doing everything possible to make sure that she improves the Judiciary and make it a better place than the one she took from David Maraga and today, she surprised Kenyans as she issued a late night statement disclosing publicly what she did while in Washington DC.
Through her official twitter account, CJ Martha Koome disclosed that she addressed the Aspen Security Forum about the role of Judiciaries in enhancing national security and stability.
"Addressed the Aspen Security Forum, Washington D.C. edition, in conversation with Steve Clemons about the role of Judiciaries in enhancing national security and stability." Tweeted CJ Martha Koome.
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