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Lawyer Esther Ang'awa has taken an issue with the Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu being dragged into drama by the Chief Justice Martha Koome. According to Ang'awa, the judges of the supreme Court are getting too close to the executive and it's a very serious matter to the Country.
Photo Courtesy; DCJ Philomena Mwilu in traditional maasai cloth. Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has been spotted wearing a traditional maasai regalia in Kilifi County as she took charge at the Environment and Land Court ELC Conference at Pwani University in Kilifi. The conference was officially opened by Chief Justice Martha Koome on 29th November 2022.
Chief Justice Martha Koome shares her early Christmas gifts with children from the Mogra Rescue Centre, off Kiambu road. Koome was accompanied by DCJ Philomena Mwilu and other judges and the Supreme Court of Kenya staff. Koome was born to a peasant family in Kithiu village in Meru county but she beat all odds and is currently an internationally recognised human rights defender and an Appellate Judge.She has 33 years of experience in legal practice under her belt and a significant portion of those years has been in public service as a defender of human rights.
Just a day after the country's top in command opened the 13th Parliament in bid to kickstart his new Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition administration's agenda, senior Council by the name Ahmednasir Abdullahi has blasted the Chief Justice Martha Koome and her deputy Philomena Mwilu after they lined up for a photo with members of the Executive.
Atty. Ahmednasir Abdullahi criticized Chief Justice Martha Koome and Philomena Mwilu for constructing a line in front of Parliament in order to greet His Excellency the Head of State, William Ruto. He highlighted that, as judges, they should not have waited outside the legislature for His Excellency the Head of State.
Flamboyant city lawyer Donald Kipkorir has today morning poked holes at the way the High court of Kenya is slowly reversing the gains and milestones of moral values enshrined in our constitution. According to the lawyer, there is a need for a bare minimum best practice a leader should satisfy so as to hold a public office.
One of the most popular figures in the Country's Judiciary is Philomena Mwilu who is the Deputy Chief Justice. Not only is she popular because of her post but because of how she conducts herself. She has been working hard ever since she took office and this has attracted many people to her side.
Photo | Courtesy: FelicisMarshall A popular city lawyer has criticized the move by Chief Justice Martha Koome and Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu to receive President William Ruto during the first parliamentary address. Attorney Ahmednasir Abdullahi reprimanded the two top judicial members for lining up with politicians outside the parliament buildings to receive the head of state.
Earlier on this morning, reports streamed in that Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji, had droped a 19 million shilling graft case against the Cabinet Secretary of Public Service and Gender Nominee, Aisha Jumwa. Picture courtesy. Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji and Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu sharing a light moment.
Photo courtesy of Chief Martha Koome and lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi. Renowned Kenyan lawyer Amednasir Abdullahi has finally broken silence after the Chief Justice Martha Koome and Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu were spotted lining up alongside other imminent politicians at the Parliament grounds to receive the Head of State Dr William Samoei Ruto today.
The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is working tirelessly to make sure that they are not left out and get mocked by underperforming. President William Ruto has ones again promises to employ thirty thousand teachers by January. Time is moving with speed and tension is building across the country with many Kenyans now facing true litmus paper for the rising cost of living.
Popular Senior Council , Ahmednasir Abdullahi has on Thursday slammed Chief Justice , Martha Koome and Deputy Chief Justice , Philomena Mwilu for lining up to welcome president Ruto during the opening of the 13th parliament today. Taking to his verified twitter account , the lawmaker has claimed that it was wrong for the Chief Justice and the Deputy Chief Justice to line up with politicians to welcome Ruto today.Ahmednasir has added that the two top leaders should realise that they are judges of Supreme Court and are just judicial officers.
Counsel Esther Angawa addressed the issue of Supreme Court Deputy Philomena Mwill being dragged into the drama by Chief Justice Martha Koome. According to Ang'awa, Supreme Court judges are getting too close to the executive branch, which is a very serious problem for the country. Here is the link: Driving Police.
Today is among the powerful and worth remembered days that was named Jamhuri say to celebrate the heroes and heroines.The fifth president his Excellency William Ruto is expected to lead the celebration as per the constitutional requirements. Many Kenyans have arrived to Nyayo stadium to celebrate but from the latest report hitting the air waves,the deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu arrived in stile dressed in an admirable outfit continues to elicit reactions online.It is noe high time the Kenyan people to keep away from the various politics that brings disunity in the country and hatred.
The decision by Chief Justice Martha Koome and Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu to greet President William Ruto during the first parliamentary address has drawn criticism from a well-known city attorney. The two senior judges were censured by attorney Ahmednasir Abdullahi for waiting outside the parliament buildings with politicians to receive the head of state.
A famous city legal counselor has reprimanded the move by Boss Equity Martha Koome and Vice president Equity Philomena Mwilu to get President William Ruto during the main parliamentary location. Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi condemned the two top legal individuals for agreeing with lawmakers outside the parliament structures to get the head of state.
Hon. Ahmednasir Abdullahi popularly known as Grand Mulla has slammed the chief Justice Martha Koome and deputy chief justice for lining up to receive president William Ruto in parliament. According to him it's totally out of order for them to join political leaders in lining up to receive president William Ruto.
Senior Council and Governor James Orengo yesterday took to his twitter handle to lament on the act by the Supreme Court judges to line line up at the parliament to receive President William Ruto. Photo: Orengo_james, Twitter. In his tweet he said, 'Entirely agree with SC Ahmednassir Abdullahi.
Attorney Esther Ang'awa has a problem with Chief Justice Martha Koome including Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu in controversy. The supreme Court judges, according to Ang'awa, are becoming too close to the executive, which is a very dangerous issue for the nation. There is a link below that will take you there: https://twitter.com/AngawaEA/status/1575822558192029697?s=20&t=kXJcSm37v4cNCLnOXofzWw