Today marked the last day for the vetting of chief justice Position amid high court ruling to mute the process. The last person to be interviewed was lawyer Alice Jepkoech Yano and was the youngest among those who showed interest for the seat.
Alice yano is likely to secure with her approach on what she will do to ensure that the 41 judges get appointed by the president. Though she took it as a joke it's very practical one. She said that she will call Margaret Kenyatta for a cup of tea and ask her the mood of the mzee and that way they can chat the way forward on the appointment of the 41 judges. Margaret can then present the speech to her husband (president) and president is likely to consider it.
"Alice Yano is right. Perhaps a tea session with the amiable first lady would break the deadlock. If it would work, the better. All we yearn for is that the 41 judges be appointed", Millicent Omanga said.
The judges were passed but president failed to appoint them. Maybe he waited to use this as an interviewing question during the vetting. In essence he should have appointed them long ago.
Alice seemed to be less prepared during the interview because she could bite her tough but this did not challenge her she navigated all through. Her points were brief with simple English and suggested problem solving strategies that are practical and not promising people heaven she has never gone.
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