Attorney General Kihara Kariuki standing during introduction.
Today was the day for Judge William Ouko to face the vetting panel, as he seeks to be the next Chief Justice of the Republic, Becoming the eighth candidates to be put to task to explain his suitability.
As the panelists introduced themselves, it is the Attorney General Kihara Kariuki, who caught the attention of the public, when he stood to introduce himself.
The Attorney General was forced to stand because, he could not reach his microphone while seated, and his voice could not be heard clearly, and took the initiative of standing to reach it.
Photo Evidence of AG Standing To Reach The Microphone
It was later adjusted, to give him easy access, and make it easy for him to go on with the task of interviewing the candidate who seek to seat at the helm of the Judiciary.
The Attorney General seats in the panel in his capacity as the attorney of the nation, as he is a member of the Judiciary Service Commission, that is made up of different members, all coming from different groups in the country.
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