Just a few days after Martha Martha listed close to 24 and new High Court judges, President William ruto has already taken up the mandate of swearing them in Office which is currently ongoing at his official residence. According to a live image shared by President William ruto on his social media pages he is presiding over the swearing-in of the new judges who are expected to take up different roles in the Kenyan courts to easing the burden of piled cases before the Kenyan judiciary system.
Photo courtesy of Chief Justice Martha Koome and Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome. Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga today on Wednesday, the 7th of December leads the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance public consultation at Kamkunji grounds in Nairobi County. The former Prime Minister intends to challenge President William Ruto's administration and reacts to the petitions filed against the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners led by Juliana Cherera.
The top judiciary was led by the current Chief Justice Martha Koome together with her deputy Philomena muilu have already arrived at state house where President William ruto together with his Associates are overseeing the swearing in of new judges. The process coming just a few days after President William ruto gazetted the names of close to 24 new judges who are now expected to take up different roles in the Kenyan judicial system.
Renown City Lawyer, Nelson Havi has broken silence on the appointment of High Court Judges by President William Ruto in a Kenya Gazette Notice dated 5th December, 2022. The Head of State has kept his words on the appointment of more Judges to help in settling many cases before Courts which are still pending due to low number of Judges.
The Azimio camp has maintained that the August polls were bungled and that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati favoured William Ruto. This is after four of the Commissioners protested the polls only for the Supreme Court to upheld that decision. After the Raila Odinga camp went to the Supreme Court to challenge Ruto's win, hopes were so high that the apex court was going to annual the results and direct for a rerun but it didn't happen.
On Monday, December 5, President William Ruto attended the launch of the Administration of Justice in Kenya Annual Report. The president joined the chief justice Martha Koome and the Deputy Chief Justice, Philomena Mwilu. LSK president, Eric Theuri was also present. While making his speech, the president caused a light moment after he took a swipe on the LSK president, Eric Theuri.
Hon. Junet Mohamed, a member of the Suna-East , has Revealed serious accusations against Martha Koome, the Chief Justice, and the Kenyan Union Government. When IEBC Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya and Deputy Chairperson Juliana Cherera were forced to quit, Junet commented on the resignations. A tribunal has been established by President William Ruto to look into the actions of the "Cherera Quartet," who are suspected of cheating in the recently held presidential election.
Several days ago a Kenyan by the name George Theuri took president William Ruto to court over the appointment of principal secretaries, this made the court to temporarily stop the vetting of the PSs until a judgement was made lifting the temporal suspension. Today the judiciary of Kenya lead by chief Justice Martha Koome have released the justice report, president William Ruto has been among the attendees of the event.
President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto has not started his reign on a good note. The president is facing challenges especially on the issue of raising taxes to Kenyans. Many Kenyans had hoped that the president will lower the cost of living first before making any other move, but in vein.
Two of the four embattled Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Commissioners led by Vice Chair Juliana Cherera have resigned from office. The latest one being the vice chair herself. This move comes barely days after bitter president William Samoei Arap Ruto suspended the four embattled IEBC Commissioners from office as he sought to oust them out of office.
Suna East MP Junet Mohamed has landed in trouble with Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) after sharing a suggestive photo featuring President William Ruto and IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati and Chief Justice Martha Koome. In the photo shared by Junet, Ruto could be seen having a chit chart with Martha Koome.
Good evening and welcome to my daily news updates.Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.Welcome The president of the Republic of Kenya and chief justice Martha Koome were all smiles at the launch of 2021/2022 justice administration.
Former Law Society Of Kenya President Nelson Havi, has welcomed the appointment of the new judges by president William Ruto and congratulated those who were lucky to be appointed by the head of state. The former Westlands constituency parliamentary candidate on the United Democratic Alliance party ticket further asked chief Justice Martha Koome to ensure that there are changes in the manner in which cases are being handled.
The Azimio campaign has maintained that William Ruto was given preferential treatment by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati during the August elections. Four of the Commissioners objected to the election results, and the Supreme Court upheld their position. The expectation that the Supreme Court would review the results and order a rerun after the Ruto camp challenged Raila Odinga's victory there was extremely high, but it didn't happen.
President William Ruto attended the presentation of the Administration of Justice in Kenya Annual Report on Monday, December 5. The chief justice Martha Koome and deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu were joined by the president. Eric Theuri, president of LSK, was also present. The president poked fun at the president of the LSK, Eric Theuri, during his speech, which brought about a humorous moment.
President William Ruto and Martha Koome. Photo courtesy. President of the republic of Kenya, His Excellency William Ruto has finally set the record straight on claims he is trying to capture the judiciary. While speaking today, the head of state claimed that at no given time did he take a cellphone to try and influence the judiciary.
The Chief Justice Martha Koome has made it clear that most of the judges rulings are based on majority public interests. The Chief Justice is clear that the Judiciary will forever focus the rule of law and not wishes of men because that's how the country can progress.
Martha Koome, the Chief Justice, and the Kenyan Union Government have all been the targets of serious accusations made by Hon. Junet Mohamed, a Suna-East member. When IEBC Deputy Chairperson Juliana Cherera and Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya were made to resign, Junet made a statement about the resignations.
At the moment, Chief Justice Martha Koome, President William Ruto, and other Judicial Service Commission (JSC) members are in attendance at the Safari Park, Nairobi County, official launch of the NCAJ Inaugural Annual Report. The Chief Justice spoke at the occasion and provided an inside look at how the organization she oversees makes sure Kenyans are served diligently and effectively.
President William Ruto has now revealed the reason why he has been appearing in many judicial functions since he became the head of state. Photo:Chief Justice Martha Koome and President William Ruto(Courtesy) President Ruto has revealed that his only agenda is to support the judiciary so as it can effectively deliver justice to the people of Kenya.The President has said that those who were asking questions about his involvement in the judicial affairs should therefore kbow that he is only interested in effective justice administration.