Justice Nduma Nderi takes the hot seat in a bid to identify Kenya's next chief justice. Justice Nderi has accumulated 31 years of experience in law profession and has served as a lawyer both locally and internationally.
He comes sixth to be interviewed out of the 10 shortlisted candidates. He currently serves as labour court judge.
His lordship says that he has served the King and Queen and represented various issues while in Swaziland.
Here in Kenya he has served as a lawyer right away as young as 28 years and when he got a chance overseas, he welcomed the move and thus practised his profession outside Kenya.
When asked about his philosophical approach towards delivering justice and ensuring there is balance in all the arms, justice Nderi had this to say.
I have served Governments and through them have obtained and learned a very important aspect "balance" he said. Through balance one will ensure that there is equity while discharging duties.
Justice Nderi has re-assured Kenyans that through his experience both locally and internationally he will be able to balance all aspects and in many ways stop conflicts emerging from other arms.
He has also talked about the use of technology. That through an effort of reducing case backlogs it is imperative to embrace technology which shall solve and ensure justice is served to all.
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