17th December 2020, Nariobi Kenya.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme court of Kenya, David Maraga has was today in Mombasa Law Courts and he dressed in a "sultan" stylish way and and the cloths really have him a wonderful outfit that caught the attention of most Kenyans and social media user's.
This comes after the Chief Justice officially went on his compulsory early retirement leave as enshrined in the constitution pending his official retirement come January next year.
In his position, he appointed the Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu in an acting capacity upto a time when the new Chief Justice will be appointed.
The chief justice David Maraga has served the country very well and he will go down the history as many comming generations will learn about him being the first Chief Justice to stand firm by his principle's.
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