City lawyer Esther Ang'awa has expressed her disappointments towards individuals who reacted to the judgment by the judiciary to stop the audit of Kenya power and lighting company employees. "People who supported the court stopping financial audit of the law society of Kenya are now acting surprised that the hourt has stopped auditing of Kenya power and lighting company employees" Esther Ang'awa tweet.
The High Court on Thursday, November 25, referred the CBC case to CJ Koome who has been directed to appoint an uneven bench to hear and determine the case seeking to quash the new syllabus. Justice Anthony Mrima directed the file to Koome to appoint not less than five judges to hear and determine the case which he said raises substantial issues.
The Government has been in a rush to change the education system from the outgoing 8.4.4 to the incoming 18.104.22.168 system.The change has seen the parents take different positions with others supporting it while others opposing it.The learners' assignments have been the reasons behind the parents' cries as far as the expenses are concerned.
Through her lawyer Nelson Havi, Esther Ang'awa has moved to court seeking for stoppage of CBC moving forward. Her revelations just confirm that she is ready to bring the CBC down for it's clear to her that it was never consultative rather it's imposed on parents and their kids without plan.
Through her attorney Nelson Havi, Esther Ang'awa has moved to court docket in search of for stoppage of CBC shifting forward. Her revelations simply verify that she is equipped to deliver the CBC down for it is clear to her that it used to be by no means consultative, as a substitute it is imposed on mother and father and their youngsters barring plan.
Kenya's fast-rising lawyer Esther Ang'awa has now come out boldly to warn parents against media houses whom she thinks are being used to push the newly controversial Competency-Based Curriculum. From her online post, Esther Ang'awa who together with the president of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi are fighting the new curriculum at the High Court, has revealed that there is something unnecessary which the Ministry of Education together with the KICD are doing behind closed doors with various media houses.
Esther Anga'wa, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and an aide to the President of the Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has been motivated by her fellow legal minds who are seeking to represent Kenyan's in the next coming 2022 elections. "One thing has made me happy in 2021; seeing so many Advocates offering the People of Kenya as elected representatives.
CS Magoha has procured legitimate portrayal from the Murgor and Murgor Advocates in safeguard against a suit documented by High Court advocate, Esther Ang'awa, looking to stop the further execution of CBC. The law office has a place with previous Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and 2017 official cheerful, Philip Murgor.
Lawyer Miguna Miguna is set to travel back to the country after a ruling was made to grant him freedom to enter the country. Miguna, through his verified Facebook account revealed that the court had directed that he be issued with an emergency travel document by Kenyan embassy in Berlin in the next 72 hours and that upon presentation of the document, air France should board him.
Debates on the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) have been the order of the day in all parts of the country.A section of Kenyan parents and guardians are totally opposed to CBC.On the other hand, Education CS Dr George Magoha responded to the grievances by maintaining that it is an ideal education system as compared to 8-4-4.
The President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi has highlighted the 2 critical skills that one must be having today whenever appearing before the Court of Appeal. The two are Summary and Patience. According to Havi, the court gives you a time of 5 to 10 minutes to argue a 1,500 page Record of an Appeal.
Lawyer Esther Ang'awa Nelson Havi and Esther Ang'awa have found themselves in unfamiliar territories after declaring they would ask the court to declare CBC unconstitutional. Unfortunately the parents that Havi and Ang'awa were tying to defend are asking to be enjoined in the case to defend CBC rendering Havi case baseless.
Reports have come out indicating that the machine that produces national identity cards has broken down, leaving many Kenyans without the crucial document. A city lawyer tweeted this morning indicating that 2022 election candidates should be worried. "Does your favorite candidate for election know that Business Daily reported a breakdown of Kenya’s ID printing machine for most of 2021 which has left millions of Kenyans without IDs, making them ineligible to register as voters and vote in 2022 General Elections?"
Esther Ang'awa is a lawyer by profession and was part of the lawyers who successfully led to the death of BBI both at the High Court of Kenya as well the Supreme Court. It's clear she is now on Magoha's neck over CBC curriculum. Photo. CS Magoha
Parents, private schools, teachers and head teachers' associations are seeking to be enjoined in a case on the Competency-Based-Curriculum (CBC). National Parents Association (NPA), in its application seeking to be enjoined in the case before High Court judge Anthony Mrima, argues that in the event the court iss ues orders without its participation, chil-dren's interests will be affected.
A parent has petitioned the High Court to stop the Competency Based Curriculum for basic education from being implemented further. According to Esther Ang'awa, a High Court advocate, the CBC curriculum has placed a financial burden on children, teachers, parents, and caregivers by requiring them to purchase course books, learning materials, and curriculum designs "without regard to the real dynamics of the Kenyan population and societal needs."
Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Dr Fred Matiang'i together with Education CS Prof George Magoha have been listed among the respondents in a petition filed at the High Court of Kenya challenging implementation of the recently launched Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) system in Kenyan schools.
Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has lodged a legal suit against Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha and Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i over the execution of a Competence-Based Curriculum (CBC). Through High Court advocate Esther Ang'awa, Havi documented the request on Friday, September 17 seeking to prevent the government from proceeding with the execution of CBC.
A parent has petitioned the High Court to stop the Competency Based Curriculum from being implemented in basic education. According to Esther Ang'awa, a High Court advocate, the CBC has placed a financial burden on students, instructors, parents, and caretakers. She offers examples of course books, learning materials, and curriculum designs that were procured "without consideration to the true dynamics of the Kenyan population and the society's demands."
National parents association chairman Nicholas Maiyo has stated that the association will seek to join a case opposing the competency based curriculum that was introduced by the government through the ministry of education. He added that the association will defend the new curriculum and support the project.He said that the association is concerned about the judicial decision that could disrupt education adding that their main aim of joining in the case is to represent a large number of children in both public and private schools.