The search for a new Chief Justice in the country has been ongoing for a period of time now. Temperatures have been rising day by day and after a 10 days interview process, Kenyans are now anxiously waiting for the JSC to make break the news on who will replaced David Maraga.
The 10 candidates that were interviewed are; Chitembwe Juma, Patricia Mbote, Martha Koome, David Marete, Philip Murgor, Nduma Nderi, Fred Ngatia, Ouko William Okello, Moni Wekesa and Ms. Yano Alice Jepkoech. While they are all optimistic that they did a good job during their interviews, things are not that way according to legislator Chris Wamalwa.
The battle for the new CJ seems to be intensifying after Chris Wamalwa coming out with his own analysis. While speaking to Citizen TV, the Kiminini Member of Parliament singled out 3 candidates for praise when claimed that they were the only best candidates. The three are Martha Koome, Fred Ngatia and Ouko William Okello.
"JSC should not have wasted time by short listing the 10. They would have short listed the three: William Ouko, Senior Counsel Ngatia and Martha Koome." Said Chris Wamalwa.
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