Kenya is a sovereign nation that is currently under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta. The country has also the Constitution that contains fundamental human rights and freedoms that govern a state. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission of Kenya (IEBC) that is headed by Mr Wafula Chebukati has been tasked by the Constitution to conduct all the electoral process in the country such as voter registration, updating voters roll, clearing the political candidates interested in contesting and counting and announcing of the results.
Chief Justice Martha Koome speaking during her inauguration ceremony in Spreme Court Nairobi. The Senior Council Lawyers Professor Tom Ojienda and Kamotho Waiganjo, has differed on how the new Chief Justice Martha Koome has handled her first task in office, that's the appointments and swearing-in of the new Judges by the president.
The current Kisumu County Senator Outa, will not contest for the same position in the next year's general elections paving way for diffrent aspirants to show quest for the position. The underrated position in the County has attracted several people, amongst them are; ODM veteran member Ayiecho Olweny whom going by sources on the ground indicates that he has no support for even his home area and Nyakach as a whole do not trust him with the position.
The secretary general for the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party Edwin Sifuna will never miss a chance to market his party. Earlier today, Sifuna met with Professor Tom Ojienda at the Orange party offices in Lavington to discuss what he termed as issues related to the ODM party.
The law which requires Politicians to have degrees as a qualification for contesting in elections has been making a number of leaders uncomfortable. With the law having been postponed repeatedly, the independent electoral and boundaries Commission (IEBC) had indicated that from next year's general election, all Political aspirants would be required to hold degrees.
Aron Asiba Matendechere, the man renowned for 'nitakufinya' popular expression through city lawyer Tom Ojienda, has independently sued Co-operative Bank, National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPD) and Ruiru Mabati Factory in court for using his image and likeness to market their products and services without his consent.
President Uhuru Kenyatta addressing the nation at a past event. Source/ Courtesy There were fireworks on Thursday as Moi University professor Tom Ojienda became the latest legal scholar to attack University of Nairobi professor Herman Manyora. Manyora had taken issue with the clamour by the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) to impeach President Uhuru Kenyatta over what it described as a blatant disregard for the law. He challenged the LSK boss to cite an issue that would provide solid grounds for the head of state
A man who is famously know as 'nitakufinya man' has decided to move to court to demand compensation from corporates who have been using his image to market their products without his express consent. Matendechere Around has separately sued Co-operative bank, National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPD) and Ruiru Mabati Factory through city lawyer, Tom Ojienda.
Chief justice David Kenani Maraga will be proceeding to his terminal leave from Monday, December 14th before his retirement in January 2021. Today was his last day in office as he held a press conference at the Supreme court to issue the stand of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) on the BBI proposal to create the position of Judicial Ombudsman. Upon the retirement of CJ Maraga, the JSC is expected to kick start the process of searching for his replacement which will begin in January and expected to end in
Judicial Service Commissioner Prof Tom Ojienda has on Wednesday reacted to Chief Justice David Maraga's advisory to have the Parliament dissolved for failure to fulfil the Third Gender Law issuing fresh remarks. Prof Ojienda has informed that when it comes to dissolving the Parliament the Chief Justice should have at least weighed out whether will the advisory provide a solution and if after elections will the law be followed as per the constitution. "Dissolving Parliament portends chaos and will lead to an
The war between the executive and the judiciary has for a good period of time divided the country into two. There is a section of Kenyans feeling that the executive is right while the other is feeling that the judiciary is right. Other Kenyans are alleging that the president's decision to disobey court orders was a promise of "revisit" after nullification of elections.
Shabana tactician Robert Ojienda Suffer blow In quest for promotion ticket following their 2-1 loss to the Kibera black who leapfrogged them to third on the National Super League log. Ojienda, who has steered the team from 10th to fourth on the log after two wins and a draw, however, warned his charges against getting carried away.
(L: Prof. Tom Ojienda SC R: Justice Willy Mutunga SC) Photos/Facebook Senior Counsel Prof. Tom Ojienda, visited Kisumu City a few days ago, he revealed via a Twitter post. But it is not his visit to Kisumu that you should be focusing in, it's the cleanliness, paved streets, and the order in which drainage systems have been put. SC Prof. Ojienda went ahead and attached few pictures that drive his point home. "A few days ago I was in Kisumu County. I noted; clean, well paved streets and walkways, proper drainage
Days after High Court termed the Building Bridges Initiative as an unlawful exercise, top legal minds have since shared their opinions on the same.A section of the constitutional experts claimed that the High Court judgement was constitutionally delivered, while the Proponents of the report expressed their disappointment, adding that the High Court had denied more than three million Kenyans alongside the members of county assemblies, the Senate and the National Assembly their democratic right by pinning down the report.
Former Tana River governor, Hussein Dado risks bankruptcy suit after Nairobi based lawyer, Mr Tom Ojienda wrote to him demanding over Ksh2 million from him as legal fees. In a letter dated June 22, Ojienda is demanding the whopping amount of Ksh2 million plus interest owed to Tom Ojienda and company advocate araising from 2017 election petition.