The High Court in Kabarnet has ordered the Nakuru GK Prison to take a self-confessed serial killer from Mogotio, Baringo County, for treatment after a medical test revealed he was not mentally fit to plead to murder charges. According to the High Court, Moses Kipchirchir, despite not having any history of sickness required to undergo mental check-up after a doctor declared he was mentally ill.
The police officers are not allowed to charge the law breakers before the court of law in the country. This is according to the rulling by high court that suspends charges of the suspects by police officers instead the charges should be done by officers of director of Public prosecution (ODPP).
There was drama in High Court in Kabarnet after a case involving confessed serial killer Moses Kipchirchir took a new twist after fresh details emerged about the accused. The 34-year-old Moses Kipchirchir gained headlines after confessing to killing the woman and burying her body in a shallow grave on the banks of the Molo River with the body retrieved later.
With the 2022 general elections approaching, all eyes have been directed on second term governors who are set to finally leave the county leadership. Some of them have already indicated their intentions of vying for the country's top seat the presidency while others have remained non committed to revealing their next step after 2022. Some of the governors who had declared their intentions of vying for the presidency in the coming general elections include Machakos Governor Alfred Mutual. Alfred Mutua has already
Justice Weldon Korir has declared the Gatundu North parliamentary seat vacant. The judge ruled that the IEBC should conduct fresh elections for the position. In the case, former MP Clement Kungu Waibara had moved to court challenging Wanjiku's election. Korir indicated that the Deputy Registrar should forward the ruling to the speaker of the National Assembly for appropriate action. Justice Korir's statement read, "I declare that the seat of the MP Hon Anne Wanjiku has become vacant." This case was taken to
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.
Today Gatundu North Member of Parliament Anne Wanjiku suffered a major blow after High Court Judge Weldon Korir declared the seat vacant following the case that had been filed in the court. "I declare that the seat of the MP Hon Anne Wanjiku has become vacant," part of the statement by Justice WeldonKorir read. In the ruling by Justice Weldon Korir on Wednesday Wednesday, October, 7, he indicated that Anne Wanjiku's 2017 election was in violation of the law. The Judge went ahead to direct the IEBC to conduct
Former NASA man Miguna Miguna has been having tough times returning to the country after his passport was revoked by the government.
Photo courtesy: Kass Media Group Files On Saturday Afternoon, The Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi break his silence as he ask or rather dare president Uhuru Kenyatta to dissolve the Parliament as earlier advised by the president of Supreme court, CJ David Maraga. Taking to his Facebook page, The Vocal legistlator has given president Uhuru Kenyatta 14-day ultimatum to dissolve the Parliament and call for by-elections. “I therefore ask the president to dissolve the Parliament within the next 14 days and call for by-elections
Gatundu North Member of Parliament(MP) Wanjiku Kibe has moved to the Court of Appeal to challenge the ruling that declared her seat vacant. This is according to a tweet by the Star Breaking. The move by the Legislator comes days after Justice Weldon Korir ruled that Wanjiku Kibe was illegally elected. Justice Korir added that at the time of submitting her nomination papers, she was still a nominated Member of County Assembly(MCA) of Kiambu. Justice Weldor Korir also directed the Deputy Registrar to forward
The high court has asked the Parliamentarians to return the house allowances that have been enjoying for the last one year. The court further says it was unconstitutional for the senators and MPs to take those money since the SRC (Salary and Remmuniration Commission) had filed the case before against it. It's reported that the money has accrued up to 2.9 billions and each MP or senator is supposed to pay 7 millions shillings to the government treasury. The new directive from the court is expected to elicit a
High Court Judge Weldon Korir has dealt a heavy blow to those Governors who have shown their interest in the 2022 presidency issuing controversial orders. Justice Weldon Korir has informed that for a governor to ensure that he goes for the country's top seat, then, he or she must resign from their position six months earlier before the election date. Failure for the governors to resign then it will be hard for them to run for Presidency and will not be cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Law society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has left Netizens talking after issuing a notice to the Speakers and Clerks of National Assembly and Senate as well as Inspector General of National Police Service have been served with notice of entry to Parliament Buildings on 12.10.2020 at 2.30pm saying that Parliamentarians would have become illegitimate and trespassers by then. In a post on his Twitter page today Sunday 11th October,Havi said that The People of Kenya must know that the head of state President
The high court of Kenya has ordered University of Nairobi to pay 500,000 Kenyan shillings as compensation for delayed masters degree graduation. The student Mr Paul Makokha filed a case against his lecturer Dr Robinson Ocharo who caused a five year delay in his studies due to absenteeism and lack of cooperation. Mr Makokha began studying his masters degree in 2009 and was suposed to graduate in 2012 but graduated in 2016. According to a report by Business Daily, ,Makokha revealed that he used to travel from
Activist and Lawyer Ekuru Aukot engaged in a fiery online altercation with Miguna Miguna currently based in Canada. The exchange began after Miguna in an online video thanking the Thirdway alliance party for nominating him as their candidate for the upcoming Nairobi Gubernatorial by-elections. However, Ekuru Aukot, who was expelled by the Thirdway Alliance Party a while back argued that Miguna is not a member of the party and therefore, cannot be nominated. Dr Aukot further asked the self-proclaimed general
The High Court on Thursday ruled that the nomination vetting and swearing-in of Anne Kananu as Deputy Governor were done within the law. The three-judge bench that made the ruling was witnessed by Justice Said Chitembwe and seconded by Justices Wilfrida Okwany and Weldon Korir. However, Justice Korir never showed up in court when the ruling was being made.
A three-bench judge constituting of Justices Said Chitembwe, Weldon Korir and Wilfrida Okwany has today made a rulling on the petition filed against the appointment of Nairobi Deputy Governor Anne Kananu. Despite Justice Korir not being present in court, Justice Chitembwe said that Korir had appended his signature and the rulling was unanimous.
Following the advisory by Chief Justice David Maraga to President Uhuru Kenyatta, the Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has been spearheading the "Occupy Parliament" movement. Earlier today in his tweet, the LSK president confirmed that they had served the clerks and the speakers of the National Assembly and Senate with notices of their entry to parliament buildings on Monday afternoon. (LSK President, Nelson Havi) This was also accompanied by a notice to the Inspector General of National Police Service
The drama surrounding the dissolution of parliament following the advisory by Kenya's Chief Justice will for a while be put on hold. This comes as Justice Weldon Korir gives a ruling to that effect, as the courts of law sit and deliberate on a petition which has been filed and certified as urgent by concerned citizens. In the advisory, the CJ had asked the president to dissolve parliament, in what he termed as failure to meet the constitutional threshold. As per Kenya's constitution, the positions in parliament