Ahmednasir Abdullahi Lectures CJ Martha Koome For Praising Charles Njonjo, Asks Her To Say The Truth
Kenya has been left heartbroken following the serial deaths of prominent men in this country who are dieing at a very alarming rate. This comes after Charles Njonjo's death that has triggered different reactions from different people. According to reactions, it is clear enough that there are those who hated his personality while others liked his work.
Headache For CJ Martha Koome As Analyst Reveals This Concerning Ended BBI Hearing in Court of Appeal
Chief Justice Martha Koome. The Judiciary has been facing alot of major setback since 2017 when retired CJ David Maraga nullified the presidential election leaving President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto humiliated. The two leaders came out and boldly stated that they will revisit the matter. Since then CJ David Maraga kept on complaining about the Judiciary being underfunded.
DCJ Philomena Mwilu and CJ Martha Koome. The BBI Mess brought by 5 bench judges who stopped the BBI report kicked off. According to latest report by Judiciary, they revealed that, "Happening Now: Case Management Conference in respect to Appeal of High Court BBI judgement.
Chairman of the Independent Electoral & Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Wafula Chebukati has today reiterated that it will not continue reporting to a team of agencies as that is not grounded in law and is instead working with other relevant agencies according to an interview with TV47. “As a commission, we are not going to report to another agency (multi-agency taskforce) but we are ready and we are working with other agencies to ensure success of the 2022 elections,” Chebukati said.
The nomination of CJ Martha Koome and William Ouko saw dramatic reactions on social media.Section of Kenyans were feeling justice William Ouko was the man fir fir the job all in all of them are in supreme Court.Outgoing Chief Justice David Maraga Maraga congratulated chief justice Martha Koome for her new job altering her to be very careful.
Kenyans React After Musalia Mudavadi Allegedly Failed to Recognize Raila Odinga Presence in Wiper NDC.
Today, it was yet another day full of political events in Kenya as several leaders held different meetings in different parts of the country. Deputy president William Samoei Ruto was on a mission to market his bottom-up economical strategy alongside other UDA affiliates as he toured some parts of Nakuru county.
DCJ Philomena Mwilu and CJ Martha Koome. The country is now in political limbo and the race for 2022 general elections is causing all sorts of tension across the country. Political leaders are regrouping and reuniting ahead of 2022 general elections. The wrangles between Judiciary and executive began back in 2017 when former CJ David Maraga nullified the presidential election leaving President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto humiliated.
As the election beacons ,new things are evolving in the country. New parties and alliances are being formed by politicians to safe their political ambitions. Besides this,commissions and committee are being composed to foresee the preparation of the elections. The commissions are involving different sectors in the country ,for example the cabinet secretaries for Interior and ICT, and the judiciary.
2022 general elections are coming with speed and days are reducing with tension building among Aspirants. President Uhuru Kenyatta has been doing a tremendous job and with 2022 general elections around the corner section of Kenyans want elections postponed to see Uhuru stick to power long enough. CJ Martha Koome has anonymous work to do as police nabbed another fake magistrate pausing as CS Devolution Brother Charles Keter.
The year 2021 has been a year which has seen women rise to the ranks of leadership and had indicated that women can lead and nurture at the same time. Let's have a look at two women who have proven that they are truly capable of leading: 1.
Being recognized at the national, continental or even the international level is a life achievement. Many people wait for such kind of moments for their entire life however this year three Kenyan ladies have managed to be recognized among top 100 most influential women in Africa. In a report released by Avance Media this year, three of our very own ladies serving the nation at different capacities managed to raise our flags high at the continental level.
Justice Martha Koome made history on Friday when she was sworn in as Kenya's first Chief Justice at the State House, two days after the National Assembly approved her nomination. After taking the oath, Justice Koome vowed to uphold the country's Constitution, in a ceremony attended by Attorney General Kihara Kiriuki, Deputy Chief Justice Phililomena Mwilu and Chief Registrar of Justice Anne Amadi, among others.
President of the Republic of Kenya and commander in chief of the armed forces, His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has faulted the Judiciary of Kenya for rulling against the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). Image courtesy: H. E Uhuru Kenyatta and CJ Martha Koome. Speaking at Jomo Kenyatta International Stadium in Kisumu County as he lead various leaders and Kenyans during the Madaraka Day Celebrations, president Kenyatta said that from the nullification of presidential election to attempting to stop the will of the people that is BBI, the judiciary has tested constitutional limits.