Photo. Sarah Wairimu and her lawyer Philip Murgor Sarah Wairimu is widow to the late Dutch billionaire businessman Tob Cohen who died mysteriously in his own home. He was found in a septic tank after months of going missing. Sarah Wairimu is also a very hardworking businesswoman who always strives hard doing everything humanely possible to achieve her goals in life.
A few minutes after the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) settled on and nominated Justice Martha Koome to be the next Chief Justice, some hopefuls who were also interviewed have broken their silence.Philip Murgor who was one of the hopefuls for the same position has taken to social media to talk about Justice Koome's nomination.
From above; Lawyers Philip Murgor, Fred Ngatia and Alice Yano There has been a push and pull, between scholars and lawyers and the Judiciary Service Commission, to make public the scores by each candidate who came before the panel for vetting.During one of the interviews on a TV station, the 42% score came up, when the President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi, seemed not contented with what one of the law scored, after the vetting process came to a close.
The race to succeed the retired Chief Justice David Maraga is seemingly coming to an end after the Judicial Service Commission nominated Justice Martha Koome for the Chief Justice Slot.During the vetting of the candidates for the post of the Chief Justice by JSC many candidates faced the panel.
The office of the chief justice became vacant early this year.This came after the retirement of Mr David Maraga as the Kenya's chief justice.Due to this, the judicial service commission (JSC) started looking for the next chief justice as required by the law.
Judiciary Service Commission had a long time and tiresome for the last ten days.The country is on the verge of getting a suitable person who will replace retired CJ David Maraga.All ten candidates were vetted by the JSC panel.They entail Chitembwa Juma, David Marete, Fred Ngatia, Martha Koome, Patricia Mbote, Ouko William, Nduma Nderi, Philip Murgor, Moni Wekesa, and Yano Alice.
Former Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Senior Counsel Philip Murgor has congratulated Lady Justice Martha Koome for her appointment as the Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya.Image courtesy: Philip Murgor.In a post on his twitter account, the senior counsel took the opportunity to send congratulatory message to justice Martha Koome for her nomination by the judicial service commission.
The new supreme Court judge martha karambu Koome has been officially given office to start her functions.The handing of the office takes place at the supreme court of kenya, in Nairobi. This take place after parliament approved her nomination leading to her swearing in.Justice martha Koome defeated the other candidates, which included judges, prominent lawyers and law scholars, to become the first female judge in our country.
Martha Koome.The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has recommended the court of Appeal Judge, Lady Justice Martha Koome, to be the next chief justice.Koome emerged victorious after contesting with nine other candidates for the precious position.Martha will make history as the first woman to occupy the office of the chief justice in Kenya since independence, if president Uhuru Kenyatta will approve her name.
The Judicial Service Commission on Sunday Nominated Court of Appeal Judge Justice Martha Koome for the position of Chief Justice.Martha Koome has over 33 years of experience as a legal practitioner.The nomination came as a shocker to many given that Lawyer Fred Ngatia topped the list of highly-rated candidates for the seat among a section of Kenyans on social media.
In a short press conference, JSC chairman has announced that they have unanimously recommended lady Justice Martha Koome as the next chief justice.Her name has been forwarded to the president for approval and thereby will be submitted to the national assembly for vetting.Martha who is currently a judge at the supreme Court of Kenya,will succeed Maraga to become the first woman chief justice.
Former State House and Diaspora Digital Secretary Dennis Itumbi predicts the High Court will this Tuesday dismiss a case challenging the recruitment of the next Chief Justice.He also adds that the new President of the Judiciary will be nominated within the next 48 hours.Among those who impressed for the CJ Post Justice Said Chitembwe, Prof. Patricia Mbote, Justice Martha Koome, Justice Marete Njagi, Lawyer Philip Murgor, Justice Nduma Nderi, red Ngatia, Justice William Ouko, Prof. Dr Wekesa Moni and Alice Yano.
Minutes after the JSC approved Justice Martha Koome as the next CJ some of the hopeful candidates who were interviewed alongside justice Martha Koome have broken their silence regarding the approval of Justice Martha Koome as the next CJ .Counsel Philip Murgor has taken social media to comment on justice Koome's approval by the JSC.
The new constitution of 2010 created the position of the Chief Justice who is the president of all Kenyan Law courts and the head of Judicial Service Commission (JSC).Lady Justice Martha Karambu Koome was yesterday nominated for the position of Chief Justice of the republic of Kenya by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).
photo of newly nominated Chief Justice Martha Koome Judicial Service Commission on Tuesday, April 27, nominated Lady justice Martha Koome to be the Chief Justice after an extensive two weeks interview.JSC chairperson prof. Olive Mugendi announced the commission new nominated justice Martha Koome.The position of chief Justice was contested b ten contestant who were interview by the commission including Justice Said Juma, Prof. Patricia Mbote, Lady Justice Martha Koome, Justice Marete Ngagi, Lawyer Frederic Ngatia,, lawyer Philip Murgor, Justice Matthias Nduma, Justice William Ouko Prof Moni Wekesa and Lawyer Alice Yano.
It has been a long and a tough search in the Judicial Service Commission after the retirement of Chief Justice David Maraga.Justice Koome will make history as the first female Chief Justice in Kenya.A few minutes after the Judicial Service Commission settled and nominated Justice Martha Koome to be the next Chief Justice, some hopefuls who were interviewed too have broken their silence.
The exit of Outgoing Chief Justice David Maraga left behind a vacant office that was to be filled by well qualified personnel.The JSC interviewed 10 candidates who were all battling for the top job of Judiciary.Among the 10 candidates three of them were considered outstanding and this were Fred Ngatia, William Ouko and Martha Koome.
The judicial service comission has officially announced that after vetting the contestants for the chief justice position, the name of Lady Justice Martha Koome has been submitted to the president Uhuru Kenyatta for approval.The current position of the Lady Justice justice Martha Koome is the Judge of the court of appeal (Nairobi) She has served thirty three years in the legal profession.
Recently the chief justice race was being carried out in kenya as different people were being interviewed for the position.Different people were given chance to fight for the position as they were giving out there targets that they are set to achieve if given the position.The list of the people who stood for the position included ten interviewees.
The search for the judiciary which has been going on at the judicial service commission has come to an end a after the JSC settled on Lady justice Martha Koome.Justice Koome appeared on the JCS panel that was chaired by professor Olive Mugenda for the past two weeks.