The High Court has ordered Deputy President William Ruto to respond to a suit seeking his removal from office within five days. Justice Hedwig Ong'udi has scheduled a hearing on May 19 in the case filed by Mau Mau war veterans. When the case came up for direction, Justice Ong'udi was notified by the petitioners via Michael Kariuki Kirungia that the DP had acknowledged receipt of the suit papers.
Deputy President William Samoei Ruto is the party leader of United Democratic Alliance and the presidential flagbearer of the giant Kenya Kwanza Alliance that encompasses about twelve political parties. As Kenya gradually strides towards August ninth general elections, fresh details have emerged concerning what awaits the Deputy President in the coming days.
High Court has declined to allow politicians to continue switching camps post the Saturday deadline. Judge Hedwig Ongudi who led a three judge bench made it clear matters party hopping will not be allowed ahead of the Saturday's deadline as it's clear that's what the law says as was passed by parliament.
The Supreme Court has ordered Deputy President William Ruto to respond to a lawsuit seeking his impeachment within five days. Judge Hedwig Ong'udi has scheduled a hearing in the case brought by Mau Mau war veterans for May 19. When the case came up for hearing Thursday, the petitioners informed Judge Ong'udi through Michael Kariuki Kirungia that prosecutors had acknowledged receipt of the lawsuit.April 29, 2022, the court gives Ruto five days to respond to the suit seeking his removal as DP.
Lawyer Miguna Miguna. [Source/Miguna] The end of citizenship dispute pitting firebrand lawyer Miguna Miguna against the Kenyan government appears near following latest court ruling. Early this month, the Canada-based lawyer had planned to return to the country, for the second time, but his trip aborted after he was barred from boarding an aeroplane from Germany to Kenya.
In response to a suit filed by a group of Mau Mau veterans who want him removed from office, the High Court has given Deputy President William Ruto a five-day deadline to make a response. According to a story published on Thursday by the Nation, High Court Justice Hedwig Ong'udi scheduled a hearing on May 19 in which the petitioners, represented by attorney Kariuki Kirungia, confirmed that the DP Ha had received the suit papers.
After court rejected a case attempting to overturn the Political Parties Amendment Act of 2022, coalition parties scored a major victory. Azimio stands to benefit the most from the three-judge bench's decision, which was handed down on Wednesday morning. Katiba Institute, Africog, the International Commission of Jurists, and the Kenya Human Rights Commission sued Parliament and the Attorney General for passing the coalition changes illegally.
The High Court has given Deputy President William Ruto a five-day deadline to respond to a lawsuit seeking his removal from office. A group of Mau Mau fighters from the Mt Kenya region has filed a lawsuit against the second in command, demanding that he be removed from office.
Photo: courtesy (the deputy president of Kenya William Ruto) The High Court has issued 5 days for the deputy president William Ruto to issue a response to a suit that's seeking his removal from office. The man who's second in command in the republic of Kenya, a suit law that wants him out of office from Mau Mau fighters from the Mountain.
The Deputy President, William Ruto has been directed by the High court to file a response within five days in a lawsuit seeking for his removal from office as the Deputy President. Justice Hedwig Ong'udi has fixed the case which was filed by Mau Mau war veterans for hearing on May 19th.
Justice Hedwig Ong'udi has given the deputy president William Samoei Ruto five days for him ( Ruto) to file his response against his accusations. The file against the deputy president was presented by the Mau Mau warriors to the court with the aim of kicking the deputy president out of the office and barring him from using the state resources.
Justice Said Juma Chitembwe has been dealt yet another blow in his bid to avoid being removed from office. He had filed a petition yesterday aiming to bar the Judicial Service Commission from hearing 4 petitions seeking his disbarment. Justice Said Juma Chitembwe [Photo/Courtesy] His lawyer, appearing before Justice Hedwig Ong'udi, argued that the evidence gathered against Chitembwe by Mike Sonko was gathered without his permission and was therefore illegal.
Miguna Miguna will be issued travel documents after filling out the relevant procedures, according to Solicitor General Ken Ogeto. In a letter to Miguna's lawyer, Nelson Havi, Ogeto stated that the Attorney General's office instructed the Immigration Department to provide him travel permits once he filled out the forms in accordance with court orders.
[Photo|Courtesy] It has been a big win for the lawmaker Miguna Miguna after the latest court ruling towards his return to Kenya. The High Court of Kenya has ordered the Government to allow Miguna Miguna back to the country. According to Justice Hedwig Ong'udi, Miguna Miguna should be issued with an emergency travel document by the Kenya Embassy in Berlin in 72 hours.
The High Court has dismissed a case seeking to have IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati committed to civil jail for denying ODM leader Raila Odinga access to servers used in the 2017 General Election. In the case, activist Khelef Khalifa argued that Chebukati failed to comply with a Supreme Court order on the opening of the servers in the in Presidential Petition 1 of 2017.
Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna has been directed to achieve his emergency journey documents from anyplace he is, so as for him to be allowed into the united states. In a ruling delivered on Monday, Justice Hedwig Ongudi stated that with the relevant documents, Miguna could be allowed to board the next to be had flight to Kenya.
President of the Law Society pf Kenya, Nelson Havi, was allegedly assaulted this morning by a government official while attempting to serve him a court order. Nelson Havi [Photo/Courtesy] On 22 November 2021, Justice Hedwig Ong'udi issued orders to the state to allow Miguna Miguna back into the country by providing him with temporary travel documents in either Berlin Germany or in Canada.
The Kenya Judicial services commission has today indefinitely adjourned the oral hearing of the petition that was seeking for the removal of the Justice Juma Said Chitembwe from office over graft claim issues.It can be remembered that Chitembwe had earlier moved to court to stop the hearings,a plea that was overturned after justice Hedwig Ong'udi ruled that halting the inquiry would interfere with the mandate of the judicial service commission.
The chief justice of Kenya Martha Koome has names a three judge bench of High Court judges who will hear and determine the fate of the Competency Based Curriculum that was rolled out five years ago. In a statement sent to the Media, CJ Koome has name justices Antony Mrima, Antony Ndung'u and Hedwig Ongudi as the three Jurists who will hear the petition presented by young lawyer Esther Ang'awa.
Following a recent court ruling, the end of the citizenship dispute pitting fiery lawyer Miguna Miguna against the Kenyan government appears imminent. Earlier this month, the lawyer based in Canada planned to visit the country for the second time, but his journey was cut short when he was denied boardering on a flight from Germany to Kenya.