The president of the republic of Kenya, today appointed six judges to hehe court of appeal.
This was one of teh promises he had made during his campaigns in improving the services of the judiciary.
Siaya governor, Hon James Orengo has congratulated the appointed judges.
Hon Orengo took to his Twitter account where he posed "There was no justification at all to frustrate the appointment of the judges of the Court of Appeal, some of the best judicial brains. Kudos to Michelle, Korir, Ngugi, Makori & Orange. And Maraga was there to witness it all. An independent judiciary is paramount."
The orange democratic movement leader further recognize the presence of retired Chief Justice, David Maraga during the appointment.
Former president, Uhuru Kenyatta had declined to appoint judges claiming they had integrity issues.
The former administration had issues with the judiciary. Ruto capitalizes on improving the judiciary during his campaign.
James Orengo's sentiments are coming after she criticize the judiciary over the presidential petition ruling.
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