The approval of nominated Chief Justice Martha Koome is ongoing in parliament. Section of legislators have spoken there mind. Lady Justice Martha Koome is becoming the CJ under very difficult circumstances. The executive and Judiciary war is intensifying after the 5 high court judges dismissed the BBI report reggae.
Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung'wah supporterd lady justice Martha Koome approval but warned her that, he will not expect her to hold night meetings to pass the BBI report.
Amos Kimunya supporterd her but boldly stated that the Judiciary should stop dictating how parliament operates. Kimunya warned that the interferences is what causes the Executive to deny then money.
ODM legislator Millie Odhiambo made a request to Martha Koome and the JSC to spare DCJ Philomena Mwilu to remain the deputy chief justice so that the country has both female CJ and DCJ. Millie Odhiambo warned JSC from ill plans to remove Mwilu from the office.
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