Acting CJ Philomela Mwilu Breaks Silence Sends Out This Powerful Message to This Group
By Joeshu | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 7 views
The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic came to the country the time when Kenyans were already going through after the ended dramatic elections. The 2017 elections were nullified by Outgoing Chief Justice David Maraga. He ruled thar due to irregularities president Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto were not elected by Kenyans forcing the IEBC to repeat the election.
The nullification of the elections saw president Uhuru won CJ that they will revisit the issue. Chief justice David Maraga who nullified the elections is not there anymore and left Philomela Mwilu as acting CJ but from the latest developments she was stop by court. Today she opened a meeting officially in Mombasa and sent out this message according to Judiciary Kenya,
"The coronavirus outbreak has transformed our world in profound ways.Thus far, the Judiciary has done a great job in mitigating the impacts of corona virus whilst ensuring to the greatest extent possible minimum disruption of access to justice for Kenyans" Ag. CJ Philomena Mwilu.
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