One of the largest populations in the world, India has a unique culture and a long history.So there are many things for you to explore when you travel to India ranging from fascinating landscapes to special cuisine.You should arrange to travel at the time the Holi festival takes place to blend into the color world with thousands of people.
Philomena Mwilu is one of the most known people in the country. She is not only known because she is the Deputy Chief Justice in the country but she is also known because she has been doing well since assuming that office. To many, DCJ Philomena Mwilu has been showing a mother figure in the Judiciary because of her calmness in handling matters while she has not been dominating headlines because of controversial matters but today, all eyes shifted on her after details of a secret phone call was alleged by newly sworn in MP Peter Salasya.
Reports that Deputy Chief Justice Madam Philomena Mwilu and her counterpart Hon Smokin Wanjala have tendered their resignation following constant and endless threats after the Supreme Court Ruling of 2022 are hereby declared fake and misleading. Via the allegations that went viral on Sunday Evening Mwilu and Smoking Wanjala allegedly said that they couldn't tolerate an unfriendly environment while still announcing that they will continue to offer legal services to Kenyans.
CJ Koome and her deputy Mwilu, have left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after this latest photo of them carrying children went viral. According to the source, the Chief Justice and her deputy were enjoying light moments with children from the Mogra Center as seen below:
The judges of the Supreme Court through their Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu have revealed what they did over the weekend specifically on Saturday and Sunday that helped them to deliver a fair judgement. Immediately after the Chief Justice Martha Koome dismissed all petitions that had been filed against the victory of the president-elect William Ruto, Mwilu moved to reveal to Kenyans what they agreed on and did.
The head of state, President William Ruto, has already arrived at the safari park for a key judicial gathering that will also feature Chief Justice Martha Mwilu, who is currently serving, and Mwilu, his deputy. Photo Courtesy This is the first court proceeding that the head of state is attending in his official position since the last one, which was presided over by outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta, who handed the gavel to his deputy William Ruto.Delivering the judicial report for the years 2021 and 2022 is the goal of today's event.
Deputy CJ Philomen Mwilu Stands Out After Attending Key Judicial Event Dressed in Traditional Attire
The Maasai outfit has been part of the Kenyan tradition for centuries with Kenya standing out in the international platform following its long-standing culture of embracing the outfit. This was evident yesterday when the deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu stepped out looking all gorgeous donned in a traditional Regalia which is synonymous with the Maasai community.
Raila Odinga is yet to officially tell Kenyans about his next political move after the supreme court verdict.The verdict added more sorrow to Odinga after Chebukati's declaration of William Ruto as the new president.Raila and team that started celebrating even before the declaration now have to bite the humble pie and accept Ruto as the next president Kenyatta's successor.
The Siaya County Governor Hon James Aggrey Orengo alleged that the act that was portrayed by the Chief Justice Madam Martha Koome and his deputy Hon Philomena Mwilu was undermining the Judicial system and lining to receive the head of state was purely working for the executive. He said that such acts have never happened to the country and it wasn't their during the Moi's era.
Reports that the Supreme Court's ruling in 2022 prompted the resignation of Deputy Chief Justice Madam Philomena Mwilu and her counterpart, Hon. Smokin Wanjala, are hereby deemed false and misleading. According to the allegations that went viral on Sunday evening, Smoking Wanjala and Mwilu declared they would keep providing legal services to Kenyans despite claiming they couldn't stand working in a hostile environment.
Kenyan Kwanza leader William Ruto will be sworn in within the next seven days after the Supreme Court declares his victory. The Supreme Court justices ruled that William Ruto met the 50 + 1% required as stated in the constitution. The court noted that the petitioners did not provide evidence to support their claim to annul the election.
The 2022 election results were contested at the highest court of our land. Raila Odinga together with azimio la Umoja one of Kenya alliance leaders vested their grievances at the Supreme Court. The 7 judges bench was tasked with the huge task of giving out a verdict. However, there were reports that the judges were threatened and therefore they decided to give our one judgement that was read by Chief Justice Martha Koome.
If you thought that the political storm had calmed with the upholding of President-elect William Ruto's win by the Supreme Court, then you are wrong. Lawyer Miguna Miguna who has since pledged his allegiance to William ruto has asked Kenyans to demand for more explanations from the judiciary after deputy chief Justice Philomena Mwilu made some sensitive allegations of, "undisclosed advocates", having attempted to make numerous phone calls to them.
Philomena Mwilu revealed that the judges of the Supreme Court of Kenya refused to accept calls from any of the attorneys. According to Mwilu, they also received calls from state agents, but they were unable to answer because the judges had not slept for seven days. Here is a link to the tweet: https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1566742446922424324?s=20&t=DS57rfaiZQQRr8MeT1in9w
Popular Senior Council , Ahmednasir Abdullahi has on Thursday slammed Chief Justice , Martha Koome and Deputy Chief Justice , Philomena Mwilu for lining up to welcome president Ruto during the opening of the 13th parliament today. Taking to his verified twitter account , the lawmaker has claimed that it was wrong for the Chief Justice and the Deputy Chief Justice to line up with politicians to welcome Ruto today.Ahmednasir has added that the two top leaders should realise that they are judges of Supreme Court and are just judicial officers.
In the presidential petition filed by Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua, Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Philomena Mwilu described the intense pressure they had to deal with before rendering the decision. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's chairman, Wafula Chebukati, declared the results, and the seven-judge bench unanimously affirmed them in their final judgement, upholding William Ruto's election as the nation's next president.
The Chief Justice Madam Martha Koome and his deputy, Hon. Philomena Mwilu, are accused of undermining the judicial system by lining up to welcome the head of state while only serving the interests of the administration, according to Siaya County Governor Hon. James Aggrey Orengo.
Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua filed a petition for the presidency, and the Supreme Court's deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu explained the tremendous pressure they had to deal with before rendering their decision. In their final ruling, the seven-judge panel unanimously affirmed the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati's declaration of William Ruto as the winner of the election for President-elect of Kenya.
Reports that the Supreme Court's ruling in 2022 prompted Deputy Chief Justice Madam Philomena Mwilu and her counterpart, Hon. Smokin Wanjala, to tender their resignation are hereby deemed false and misleading. Mwilu and Smoking Wanjala are accused of having stated, via the allegations that went viral on Sunday evening, that they couldn't stand working in a hostile environment while announcing that they would still be providing legal services to Kenyans.
Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has called out Chief Justice Martha Koome together with Her deputy Philomena Mwilu and other judges for their conduct today, where they lined up in Parliament to receive President William Ruto urging that they went overboard and took other roles that are not meant to them.