Chief Justice Martha Koome is one of the most well-known people in the country. She is highly known for continually exceeding expectations in addition to being the first woman to serve as Chief Justice of the country.
Many Kenyans anticipated that the presidential election results on August 9, 2022, may lead to a petition being filed in Koome's Supreme Court. Koome has drawn a lot of attention as a result, and she today broke her quiet ahead of the declaration of the presidential results with a stirring statement.
Through her official Twitter account, Martha Koome shared details about the swearing-in ceremonies for the chairman and members of the Kenya Law Reforms Commission. She claimed that she was in charge of overseeing the swearing in of those people.
Presided over the oaths of office for the Chairperson and Members of the Kenya Law Reform Commission, a partially autonomous organization within the State Law Office. Martha Koome tweeted.
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