Photo Courtesy; Former Chief Justice David Maraga in a past event. Former Chief Justice of Kenya who took over from Willy Mutunga, David Maraga took charge at a key event. This is according to the information shared by Katiba Institute. Photo Courtesy; Maraga speaking at the event.
David Maraga is one of the most known people in the country. He is not only known because he is a former Chief Justice but he is also known because he was the first CJ in the country to nullify presidential results and he is also a known man of God.
60 Year old man, Mr Tom Ikonya, was left in shock and disbelief after he drained all 700,000 from a land he had sold within a span of 6 days. The old man who was born in Nyeri had gone to sell one of his assets in Maragũa with the plans of investing in a meat business only for tables to turn for him.
President William Samoei Ruto on Thursday presided over the official opening of the National Assembly as well as the Senate in a joint sitting that was held at the National Assembly. The head of State was accompanied by his deputy Hon Rigathi Gachagua, Chief Justice Hon Martha Koome, Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu, and various religious leaders among other dignitaries who were at the Parliament buildings.
The former Chief Justice, David Maraga has said that he made a lot of enemies because of the Former President, Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta's defiance. Speaking today during the launch of the book titled: Decentralisation and inclusion in Kenya: From pre-colonial times to the first decade of devolution at Kabarak University, the former Chief Justice said that that Uhuru Kenyatta's refusal to dissolve the Parliamnet led to animosity between the Judiciary and the legislature.
Chief Justice Martha Koome latest Facebook post have caused again stir online. Martha Koome was spotted today participating in the Fida Kenya golf tournament. Here is a Facebook link with full evidence showing pictures of Martha Koome playing golf. https://www.facebook.com/1105884899427847/posts/pfbid0gRnLs271Rm427i9YSwx2LzJYvzHC8o2xXNXQpPRc5sa59Xb6Gk6jkeu8ZfgRuU28l/ Furthermore, Kenyans have reacted to this matter thus resulting to mixed reactions.
Chebukati and Maraga in Parliament today In 2017 the then chief justice made history across the globe after being the first East African judiciary president to nullify a presidential election. His Act eliciting mixed reaction across the political divide not only in the country but across the globe. Today he was part of the team that thronged Parliament building where the newly-crowned President of Kenya William ruto was engaging the parliamentarians and senators for a state of the nation address.
Former Chief Justice David Maraga revealed how former President Uhuru Kenyatta disobedience caused him to fall out with members of the 12th House of Parliament. The retired CJ brought up the event from 2020, when he had told Uhuru to dismiss Parliament because it had failed to adopt the two-thirds gender rule in his remarks on Tuesday, October 11.
Maraga During recent swearing-in of Judges at statehouse Former chief justice David maraga today was the chief guest at an event that was happening in Nairobi. This Was the first public engagement that David maraga is being involved in since the swearing-in of supreme Court judges that happened a few weeks ago when ruto took over the instruments of power.
On Wednesday 14 September 2022 Senior Counsel James Bob Aggrey Orengo was among the first notable lawyers to congratulate President William Ruto for confirming the delayed appointment of six judges. James Aggrey Orengo. On his social media handle, Orengo posted: "There was no justification at all to frustrate the appointment of the judges of the Court of Appeal, some of the best judicial brains.
New details has emerged as former chief Justice David Maraga breaks silence on what happened to the fallout of Uhuru Kenyatta and his members of parliament. The emeritus CJ revisited the incident which happened in 2020, where he had instructed Uhuru to dissolve Parliament for failing to pass the two-third gender rule.
The President of the republic of Kenya William Ruto on Wednesday presided over the swearing in of the six judges whom he appointed yesterday. Four of the judges Weldon Korir, George Odunga, Aggrey muchelule and Mwaura Ngugi will be serving in the court of appeal while two Evans kiago and Cheruiyot Omange will be working in the environment and labour relations Court.
President William Ruto appointed six judges to the Court of Appeal who were rejected by his predecessor. Makueni Governor Mutula Kilonzo Junior previously indicated that Attorney General Kihara Kariuki should be held accountable for his role in former President Uhuru Kenyatta's refusal to appoint six judges. Another Azimio Ally has praised President Ruto's wise decision to appoint six judges.
On his Twitter account, James Orengo, one of the most prominent attorneys in Kenya and an ally of Azimio LA Umoja, stated that there was no basis for delaying the appointment of the Court of Appeal justices, some of the brightest legal minds. Kudos to Muchelule , Korir, Ngugi, Makori, and Omange.
Photo Courtesy. Siaya county governer cum senior Counsel James Orengo has just thrown his weight on the issue of appointing The six judges of Kenya's Court of Appeal by President William Ruto. According to the Siaya senator now emeritus, there was no justification at all to frustrate the judges of the Court of Appeal's appointments.
The president of the republic of Kenya, today appointed six judges to hehe court of appeal. This was one of teh promises he had made during his campaigns in improving the services of the judiciary. Siaya governor, Hon James Orengo has congratulated the appointed judges. Hon Orengo took to his Twitter account where he posed "There was no justification at all to frustrate the appointment of the judges of the Court of Appeal, some of the best judicial brains.
President William Ruto formally ushered in the 13th Parliament on Thursday afternoon, September 29, 2022, at the National Assembly. The fifth in command who succeeded his former boss Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the 13th Parliament where he talked about several issues. The President welcomed everyone to the 13th Parliament and then shared his legislative agenda with the House in a joint sitting address.
There was absolutely no reason to prevent the appointment of the judges of the Court of Appeal, some of the best judicial minds, James Orengo, one of Kenya's top attorneys and an ally of Azimio LA Umoja, stated today on his twitter page. Well done Muchelule, Korir, Ngugi, Makori, and Omange.
David Maraga, a former chief justice, was present at the swearing-in of six justices that President William Ruto selected after his inauguration. The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) recommended the six justices in 2001, but retired president Uhuru Kenyatta rejected them due to integrity concerns.
James Orengo Acknowledges William Ruto's Move Of Appointing Six Judges. The Siaya county Governer Honourable James Orengo has taken to his Twitter page to acknowledge the appointment and swearing in of the six judges who were recommended by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) but the Former President Uhuru Kenyatta failed to appoint them but they were appointed by William Samoei Ruto.