The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. The handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga has been the best thing that happened in these country and the unity can clearly be seen today.
"Waliwapiga Risasi Kadhaa" Natembeya Says, Reveals Exact Number of People Who Were Killed By Bandits
Riftvalley police commissioner Goerge Natembeya has opened up about an incident that happened today in the evening after an unknown number of bandits allegedly attacked and killed several people in Elgeyo-Marakwet. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by Natembeya, he said that an unknown number of bandits allegedly stormed one of the grazing grounds in the region after which they opened fire killing all the men who were grazing their cows after which they took these cows and fled from the crime scene.
It is another big win for Jackline Mwende after the Machakos High Court Judge George Odunga dismissed the appeal from her estranged ex husband who chopped her arms some years ago. According to K24 digital news reports, Stephen Ngila Nthenge was earlier on handed a thirty years sentence after being found guilty of chopping his ex wife's arm.
According to latest report from Chief Justice Martha Koome she reported that her involvement in the election preparedness will not affect in any way the duty of the Judiciary in the elections. It was reported that Chief Justice Martha Koome was fighting back the allegations from the UDA party.
Renowned business man Jimmy Wanjigi has called upon the High Court to also charge IEBC boss Chebukati for contempt of court after he allegedly refused to follow the orders that had been issued by the Supreme that directed him to open the 2017 election servers. Photo:Courtesy In an incident that happened today in the afternoon, it has been revealed that the DCI boss, Goerge Kinoti was Sentenced to 4 months in prison for contempt of court after he allegedly refused to give back the guns of a renowned politician
Big Win For Uhuru as Appellate Court Overturns High Court Ruling on Six Judges Left Out by President
The six judges who were rejected by President Uhuru Kenyatta due to allegations of corruption will have to wait even longer after the Court of Appeal halted the implementation of an order that would have seen them assume their new roles. Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir, and Joel Ngugi were among the six judges who were to serve on the Appellate Court.
High Court Judge Justice Goerge Odunga delivering a ruling in court in the past. (Photo courtesy). High Court Judge Justice Goerge Odunga, who is among the six Judges who were left out by President Uhuru Kenyatta during his recent appointment of judges, who were vetted and approved by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has been lauded by Kenyans, after delivering a bold ruling on the minimum taxes imposed by the government on various commodities.
Machakos governor Dr Alfred Mutua has sent a though warning to those attacking the chief justice. Governor Mutua says that the chief justice must be respected and not intimidated when she is taking responsibilities as the chair of National Council on the Administration of Justice. Mutua says that she should not be attacked by anyone because she is a super woman chief justice of the republic of Kenya.
Goerge Kinoti, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, has stated that he would rather go to jail than comply with court orders compelling him to return guns taken from tycoon Jimmy Wanjigi. Kinoti was sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of court on Thursday, November 18, after he failed to return the firearms belonging to Wanjigi.
Goerge Kinoti, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, has stated that he would rather go to jail than comply with court orders compelling him to return guns taken from tycoon Jimmy Wanjigi. Kinoti was sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of court on Thursday, November 18, after failing to return Wanjigi's firearms.
Kenyan controversial lawyer based in Canada Miguna Miguna has taken to social media to acknowledge and list names of all the judges and magistrate who have ruled in his favour for 16 times. Through his tweet,the self proclaimed general says that the court orders fronting his return to kenya have always been ignored by the government under president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga's watch.
Martha K Koome is the first ever female Chief Justice in Kenya, more so under the new 2010 Kenyan Constitution. Chief Justice Martha Koome who hails from Meru County has been facing a lot of criticism of late especially from Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance politicians.
The Court of Appeal has stopped the High Court’s decision ordering the six judges that are remaining to be sworn in until an appeal filed against the decision is heard and determined. Martha Koome, the Chief Justice, filed a notice of appeal, that stated that the High Court’s judgment ordering her to swear in the judges if the president declined to do so is disgruntling.
Last Thursday Director of DCI George Kinoti was sentenced for 4 months in prison after failing to obey court orders to return firearms possessed by businessman Jimi Wanjigi. A week later, Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga accussed the Judiciary of being too hard on the executive arm in its recent court rulings.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss Goerge Kinoti now says he would rather head to jail than obey court orders compelling him to return guns taken from tycoon Jimmy Wanjigi. Justice Anthony Mrima sentenced Kinoti to four months in prison for contempt of court after he did not return Wanjigi his firearms.
Late last week Kenyans were surprised after news emerged that the DCI boss, Goerge Kinoti had been sentenced to serve four months in jail. This was after he failed court order compelling him to return guns taken from presidential aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi. [photo courtesy] "Am answerable to no one!
Court of appeals has today barred Chief Justice Martha Koome from swearing in six Judges that president Uhuru Kenyatta had rejected. According to appellate judges all appeals must be first heard and determined before chief can take any action. "APPELLATE COURT bars CJ Koome from swearing-in six judges President Kenyatta had failed to appoint until appeals are heard and determined," read the statement.
The expose unleashed by former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko on corruption in the corridors of justice,is a clear indicator that we still have a long way in the war against corruption. President Uhuru Kenyatta has been dedicated in the fight against corruption but his efforts seem to be giving unsatisfactory results, because of the rot in the justice system whereby judges,magistrates and advocates take bribes and engage in illegal activities.
After failing to deliver Wanjigi's firearms, Justice Anthony Mrima condemned George Kinoti to four months in prison for contempt of court. The DCI head, on the other hand, claimed that Wanjigi's license had been revoked by the Firearm Licencing Board, and that he was therefore not permitted to acquire any firearms.
The six judges include Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir and Joel Ngugi, who were to serve in the Appellate Court. Others are chief magistrate Evans Makori and High Court registrar Judith Omange, who were promoted to the High Court. The Court of Appeal says the judgment issued by the High Court on October 21, 2021 should remain suspended pending the filing, hearing and determination of two intended appeals by President Kenyatta and Attorney-General Paul Kihara Kariuki.