Outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta has finally made another political movement that, according to experts, pits Azimio allies and those of Kenya Kwanza from one side ahead of the much-awaited Parliamentary sitting. According to the report hitting news airwaves, the outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta is said to have gazetted the official dates for the first parliamentary sittings where speakers of both 2 hours will be selected.
Photo courtesy of Chief Justice Martha Koome The Acting Registrar of the High Court Pauline Mbulikah has dropped a major announcement the installation ceremony of the High Court Principal Judge. Mbulikah has notified the general public that the ceremony will take place at the Milimani Law Courts, in Nairobi County on the 29th of September, 2022 starting from 9.00AM.
News just in states that the Milimani Law Court has this afternoon extended temporary orders barring the national assembly from vetting the fifty one principal secretaries to head various ministries. The ruling comes as the Attorney General (AG) Justin Muturi files an appeal to challenge the ruling.
PHOTO /COURTESY A significant declaration was made at the installation of the High Court Principal Judge by Acting Registrar of the High Court Pauline Mbulikah. The ceremony will take place at the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi County on September 29, 2022, beginning at 9.00AM, according to Mbulikah's announcement to the general public.
Recent reports state that the Milimani Law Court today prolonged the temporary injunctions barring the national legislature from confirming the 51 Principal Secretaries to head various ministries. Attorney General (AG) Justin Muturi has filed an appeal against the ruling. On the basis that there was an imbalance in terms of gender and region, the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) and a businessman petitioned the court to contest president William Ruto's selection of 51 senior secretaries.
Incidents of corruption in the country have been on the rise in the recent past with the government through the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission officers doing their best to bring the culprits to book. Picture courtesy. Ms. Boit in court. These cases, have seen billions of shillings worth of private or public property end in the hands unscrupulous government officers who conspire to steal the resources.
As hearing for Presidential petition proceeds at Milimani Law Court, Supreme Court of Kenya Azimio- One Kenya legal team insists IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati power is limited. Courtesy Speaking during the proceeding, Raila Odinga lawyer Paul Mwangi said Mr Wafula Chebukati decisions to declare William Ruto President elect in just concluded August Nineth generals elections was not in unison agreement with others commissioners.
Nairobi Sex Worker Charged By Milimani Law Court After Doing This To Her Male Customer Jane Kirino is a Nairobi sex worker who appeared before the Resident Magistrate, Caroline Muthoni at Milimani law courts on November 4, 2022. Kirino has been charged with stealing from her male 'customer' a mobile phone valued at Ksh 15,000 belonging to John Mawira, an incident that happened at Latema road in Nairobi.
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Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's fake Facebook account is allegedly run by a man who used it to defraud unwary Kenyans of their money. He will continue to be held in police custody for two more days. On Tuesday, December 20, a Milimani Law Court chief magistrate gave the police permission to retain Collins Kipleting Serem in custody while they finish a forensic analysis of his cellphone
According to recent news, the Milimani Law Court today extended the temporary orders preventing the national assembly from approving the 51 principal secretaries to lead different ministries. Attorney General (AG) Justin Muturi has appealed the decision, which has been made. The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) and a businessman petitioned the court to challenge president William Ruto's choice of 51 principal secretaries on the grounds that there was an imbalance in terms of gender and region.
Photo Courtesy The Supreme Court regustry at Forodha House, Milimani Law Court played host to the pretrial conference for the presidential elections petition seeking to reverse declaration of Dr William Samoei Ruto as president elect. During the conference, Dr Ruto's lead lawyer Fred Ngatia complained on the constraints of time allocated for his team of four lawyers in response to the other petitioners cumulative time of eight hours.
The wait is almost over on the decision to be made by supreme court concerning the presidential petition ruling. This comes after Raila Odinga filed the petition to challenge Ruto's Win. The Supreme Court is one of the most important organizations in the Kenyan republic. No other court in Kenya has the authority to overturn this court's decision.
The Supreme Court has finally revealed its verdict on whether the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) portal was really accessed by unauthorized persons or not. Azimio La Umoja presidential flagbearer , Raila Odinga through his lawyers had claimed that unauthorized persons had accessed IEBC portal and manipulated forms 34A s.Raila had actually claimed that results in over 11, 000 forms 34As had been changed.
Senior advocate Steve Ogolla has predicted the long awaited supreme court ruling on the presidential petition filed by the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, disputing UDA president elect William Ruto's win. According to Steve Ogolla, an election law practitioner well grounded on the law and facts underpinning the petition, the threshold to guarantee nullification of presidential election was not attainted in the evidence lodged at the apex court last week.
Azimio la Umoja After learning that the Supreme Court had denied three of its requests pertaining to the Independent Election and Boundaries Commission's (IEBC) electoral procedures, One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua experienced a big shock. In a pre-decision hearing held yesterday, Raila, Karua, and the other eight petitioners established the rules for the five-day trial.
Judges arrive at Milimani Law Courts ahead of the Supreme Court judgment on the 2022 presidential election petition. Anxiety as Kenyans waits for the Supreme Court verdict, All roads leading to Milimani Law Court are deserted ahead of the Supreme Court Ruling at noon.Raila Odinga's convoy heading to the Supreme Court of Kenya, In the next 5 minutes Raila will be at the Supreme Court.
Only a few hours after Sirisia Member of Parliament Hon. John Waluke was dealt a severe blow when the Court of Appeal decided that he should serve the 57-year prison sentence he was given in connection with the Maize Scandal case of 2009. The High Court of Kenya, through Judge Weldon Korir, ruled this afternoon that the case brought by former Kiambu Governor Hon.
Photo Courtesy The Supreme Court sitting at Forodha House, Milimani Law Court has ordered that ballot Boxes from 15 polling stations be opened, inspected and recounted. According to Kenyans.co.ke, these polling stations are Nandi Hills and Sinendeti Primary School in Nandi, Belgut, Kapsuser and Chepkutum Primary Schools in Kericho County; Jomvi, Mikindani and Ministry of Water Tanks Polling Stations in Mombasa County.
At the Milimani Law Court is Diana Moraa. A lady who made an illegal attempt to enter Canada has been fined Sh1 million. If she doesn't increase the fine, Diannah Moraa Nyaigoti will be imprisoned for 21 months Senior principle magistrate Bernard Ochoi of the Milimani Law Courts pronounced the punishment, noting that "many persons have utilized trickery to travel abroad and whenever they find issues they turn to Kenyan Embassies in those countries they sneaked to for assistance." Ochoi suggested severe sanctions
A Nairobi citizen petitioned the Milimani Law Court to halt the process of selecting and approving the recently nominated Permanent Secretaries and as a result, the procedure is currently on hold. Frederick Kiberi, the petitioner, contends that President William Ruto's list of PS nominees does not reflect or guarantee ethnic, regional or gender balance or the inclusion of vulnerable groups.