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Newspapers: Why Koome Nominated As CJ, MPs To Debate Over BBI With 70 Constituencies in Focus.

Daily Nation

Despite coming from the humble background, a polygamous family. The appellate judge justice Martha Koome has defied all the odds to become the nominee as the first woman chief justice in Kenya.

President Uhuru kenyatta yesterday launched a system that will ease the transfer and register of land as it goes digital.

Wajir govenor was impeached by the members of county assembly over gross violation of the Constitution.

Business Daily

The rich banks have been able to save sh137bn in the covid era from February last year.

Justice Koome was nominated as the Chief Justice waiting to be approved by the National Assembly. However, news emerges that lawyer Fred Ngatia claims he was rigged out.

The Standard

Big showdown is expected in both houses of parliament, the national assembly and the Senate as the members are to debate over 70 new constituency created by BBI.

The paper explain how Koome beat the odds to emerge the preferred nominee in the office of CJ.

Many didn't consider her the obvious choice with a woman serving as DCJ and my Kenya political undercurrent at play.The appellate judge was endorsed as the next 15th CJ in Kenya.

Exam evaluation headache over the role of teachers in aiding cheating. This will affect the new curriculum that has reached grade four as teachers may not provide the real grades scored by the learners .

People's Daily

The paper explain why a panel of 9 members settled on Justice Martha Koome.

Appellate judge is said to have won the confidence of judicial service commission interview panel and the goverment as the person who can be relief upon to mend fences between the executive and the courts.

She will also be entrusted to restore confidence in judiciary by fighting corruption.

The new varriant of covid 19 has threatened the county fragile health system. The council of govenors released astatement yersterday on their preparedness should more cases be reported in the counties.

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