Nduma Nderi (L) and Philomena Mwilu (R).After featuring unsuccessful in the interview for the Chief Justice position in the country, Justice Nduma Nderi came back to try his luck on the position of the Supreme Court Judge.Just like his first interview, Justice Nduma Nderi faced the tough JSC led by Olive Mugenda and consisting of people like acting CJ Philomena Mwilu, attorney general Kihara Kariuki and others.
Raila Odinga at the Supreme Court, Justice Nduma during vetting for CJ position, and below, the bench at the Supreme Court.A decorated justice Mathew Nduma with over thirty one year's of experience in the field of law, was today put on the scales of justice, to weigh if he is suitable to lead the institution.
What Justice Nderi Did To Calm His Nerves Down, During His Vetting For The Position Of Chief Justice
Justice Mathew Nderi Nduma.A decorated justice Mathew Nderi was today put to task to defend himself, on why he should be tasked with heading the judiciary, after he made in the shortlist of the ten candidate for the position.Justice Nderi was asked to give a brief history of himself, and as he started, he felt a bit of nervousness, and this was evident in how he felt with it.
Today marks the last day of the second week for the Judicial Service Commission interviews.Several candidates to fill the position of the Chief Justice left vacant through the official retirement of David Kenani Maraga.Among those who have already faced the JSC panel include Judge Fredrick Ngatia, Judge Nduma Nderi, Justice William Ouko, Justice Martha Koome etceteras.
Lawyer Fred Ngatia.[Source/Rajan] The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) on Tuesday interviewed the seventh candidate among the ten it shortlisted to fill the vacant Chief Justice position.Veteran lawyer and Senior Counsel Fred Ngatia was grilled for hours where the panel raised serious and tough questions which he majorly answered with some ease.
Justice Mathews Nduma Nderi (pictured) becomes the sixth candidate to take the hot seat in the ongoing interview search for Chief Justice a possible replacement to succeed former CJ David Maraga. Mr. Nduma hails from Runyenjes, Embu County. He went to Nairobi school before joining the University of Nairobi where he studied law and graduated in 1987 and later pursued Masters in International Trade Law at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa where he majored in Commercial Arbitration. Justice Nduma was
"My Vision Is To Upscale And Consolidate The Gains So Far In The Access To Justice" Justice Nduma Says
The search for the next Chief Justice of Kenya is on day six as it is expected to go for ten ten days each day with a different Justice who is being interviewed. Photo/Courtesy of KTN News. Today Justice Nduma Matthews is the one being interviewed and he has talked about how he is visioning the Court. From a video shared by TV47 Kenya on their official verified Twitter account Justice Matthews has said that he has a great vision to upscale and also to consolidate the gains in the access to justice. According