Apart from dispensing justice at the apex court, chief justice Martha Koome's philanthropic side has today been exhibited after he successfully delivered a well built residence for a vulnerable family in Machakos County within a record time after she commissioned the construction few months down the line.
Koome's impressive charity was disclosed by Zakheem Rajan, a communications practitioner domiciled at the judiciary and credited for the government arm's increased visibility in the media and digital space.
According to photos shared of the now habitable building, a modest permanent house befeating the status of the lower middle class sits in an expansive compound, fitted with a water tank and paints an image of a new beginning for the beneficiary of the charity project.
Assorted basic necessities ranging from mattresses, mosquito nets, flour a bed and a table were also fully available to the family so that they begin a fully new life equipped with atleast reasonable basic stuff.
"Thank you @CJMarthaKoome for constructing a house for a poor and vulnerable family in Machakos County." Rajan said.
Koome's humble exploit towards improving humanity is a real challenge to other public officers in positions of influence to not only focus on their own success and that of the organisation's they head but also look into ways of uplifting the vulnerable in the society.
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