JSC Comes to the Defense of Acting CJ Philomela Mwilu
By praxi | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 3 views
The country's Judiciary system is headed into a crisis and something must be done to save the situation. Outgoing Chief Justice David Maraga left a vacuum that nobody knows if oy will be filled by the rightful people or it will just be another blunder Kenyans will be making.
2017 elections was a turning point on the Judiciary with Chief justice David Maraga who brought the whole country into a stand still with his fim decision where he choose to nullify the elections. According to CJ irregularities were there and IEBC were slapped with a shocker being forced to repeat the fraudulent election that saw Ruto and Uhuru in office. As the country's economy continue shuttering so is the Judiciary after acting CJ was stopped from her duties.
According to standard Philomela Mwilu might be back to the office after this latest developments, "The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) wants the court to throw out a case filed in Meru, seeking to have acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu step aside as it hears petitions against her." Standard reported.
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