It is not the first time we're hearing about scandals in Ole Sereni and for now the situation is turning from worse to worst. Just a month ago, we heard of the ladies who are lawyer Phillip Murgor relatives being brutally beaten by the Ndichu twins and basically the situation was so bad.
Phillip Murgor revealed that they have turned down offers to reach an out-of-court settlement with the Ndichu Brothers. Cheryll and Stephanie Murgor, Samuel Ramdas and Patrick Koech said they had turned down offers from three lawyers and a Kenyan MP to settle the case outside of the court during a press conference earlier today.
The Competency Based Curriculum is on of the recent curriculum development rolled out in kenya in the year 2017 and is expected to be fully in force by the year 2023. This new development replaced the 8-4-4 system that has been in place since 1980. Since it's implementation, the new curriculum has faced opposition from a section of kenyans especially parents who say that CBC is posing great challenge to them.
The Murgor sisters, through their lawyer Phillip Murgor, revealed that they had turned down offers to reach an amicable settlement with the Ndichu brothers, following an incident of assault at the Ole Sereni hotel in mid-October. Cheryll and Stephanie Murgor, Samuel Ramdas and Patrick Koech said they turned down offers from three lawyers and a Kenyan MP to settle the case outside the courtroom at a press conference on Thursday.
Lilian Nganga and her ex-husband Alfred Mutua have not been getting along ever since they parted ways and it seems like things are really getting out of hand. Few days ago, Lilian Nganga alongside her lawyer Phillip Murgor revealed a lot concerning how manipulative the governor is and she said that he sold her car in Kileleshwa.
The Government is determined to make sure that each and every Kenyan child not only gets the basic knowledge but also a worthwhile knowledge that is full of skills.For along period of time,the 8.4.4 Education system has been accused of putting more emphasis on rote knowledge.This in most cases has seen students get judged in the societies based on what they scored in schools instead of the actual skills that they learnt.
The High Court sitting in Nairobi has granted Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, 45 days to file a response in a petition seeking to stop the implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC). The court on Tuesday, September 28, asked the Education boss to provide adequate information that will help it in determination of the matter within the stipulated timeline.
Illustrious Nairobi lawyer Senior Counsel Fred Ngatia makes his appearance before the Judicial Service Commission to be vetted for the position of Chief Justice on Tuesday.Ngatia is preceded by a wealth of achievements, chief among them that he successfully prosecuted the milestone death sentence appeal of murderer Muruatetu.
"That's a Misplaced Question" Lawyer Murgor Fume at Justice Majanja After Asking a Mind Blowing Quiz
The Judiciary Service Commission (JSC) is currently on a hunt to fine former Chief Justice David Maraga's replacement after going for retirement early this year in January. The interview for the next Chief Justice is on with interested candidates going on a pennel to be skilled on what they will do should they land the vacant position. However, during an interview with lawyer Phillip Murgor on Friday, Justice David Majanja paused a question based on history of lawyer Murgor where he prosecuted many innocent
Senior Counsel (SC) Philip Murgor has shocked the nation by boldly telling off the interviewing panel that's currently vetting him after he expressed interest in succeeding David Maraga.According to Murgor, he has been interacting with the Judiciary for decades, long before some of those vetting him made their their footsteps into the corridors of justice premises.
As the search for Kenya's next Chief Justice intensifies, SC Phillip Murgor today faces the 11 member Judicial Service Commission for his interview in bid to replace the retired CJ David Maraga.Phillip Murgor, Senior Counsel [Photo/Courtesy] Being one of the most notable figures, Murgor is probably the most outspoken and controversial of them all, and it will be interesting to see how he handles the big questions today.
Today the first half of the JSC interviews for the position of Chief Justice has been concluded where by Said Chitembwe, Martha Koome, and Njagi Marete, Professor Patricia Kameri Mbote and SC Phillip Murgor having met the panel. The interviews started on Monday to Friday, April 17, and expected to continue next week. The second half of the interviews are set to commence on Monday where by Justice Nduma Nderi, Mr. Fred Ngatia, Justice William Ouko, Professor Moni Wekesa with Ms. Alice Yano closing the list
Lilian Ng'ang'a is the ex-wife of Governor and presidential ambitious Alfred Mutua. She is also currently dating musician Juliani. Speaking today morning at a press briefing accompanied by her lawyer, Mr Phillip Murgor; Madam Lilian argued that her life was in danger. She called on the government to start criminal investigations against the county boss.
Following the retirement of Justice David Maraga as the cheif justice,the seat was declared vacant by judicial service commission.Applicants were allowed to send in their applications and only 10 applicants booked a chance for an interview by the commision.Today marks day 7 of the interviews,where seniour counsel and lawyer Fred Ngatia is supposed to appear before the commission panel.Ngatia starting practising law in 1980 after he graduated with a Bachelor of law from the University of Nairobi.He has 40 years of experience in practising law and he is also presdent Uhuru Kenyatta's lawyer.He has been working as a criminal justice attorney in Nairobi.Others who had been earliar interviewed by the commision are Justice Martha Koome,Lawyer Phillip Murgor and Justice Nduma Nderi.Also interviwed were Justice David Marete,Justice Chitembwe and Lawyer Patricia Mbote.Other to be interviewed by the panel later this week includes Seniour Counsel William Ouko on Wednesday,Professor Wekesa Moni and MS Alice Yano will complete the two week interview on Friday 23 April 2021.
The Education cabinet Secretary ,George Magoha during a High Court sitting on Tuesday,September 28 was granted 45 days to file a response on the petition seeking to stop implementation of Competency-based-curriculum (CBC).The court asked further the Education boss to give sufficient data that will help it in assurance of the matter inside the specified timetable.
The former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale smiles at a past function. Source/ Courtesy The former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale has reacted to the performance of Phillip Murgor in front of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) members in an interview for the chief justice position. In a tweet on Friday, the outspoken politician sought to explain why the former Director of Public Prosecutions will not succeed the retired chief justice Dr David Maraga. Khalwale held the view that Murgor failed to respond to the
Uhuru’s sentiments come even at the Education Ministry lead by CS George Magoha prepare to battle with lawyers in court over the implementation of the curriculum. Magoha has enlisted the services of lawyer Phillip Murgor to defend Competency-Based Curriculum while his Interior counterpart Fred Matiang’i has instructed Fred Ngatia to defend the ministry in the case filed by lawyer Esther Ang’awa.
After finishing the task of interviewing the contestants for the position of the chief justice, the Judicial service commission has submitted the name of lady justice Martha Koome,the judge of the court of appeal to president Uhuru Kenyatta for appointment as the next chief justice of the republic of kenya.
Lady Justice Martha Koome and Senior Counsel Philip Murgor The Law Society of Kenya has protested over the appointment of Justice Koome Martha, attorney Philip Murgor and Prof. Kameri Mbote for Chief Justice of Supreme Court judges.
The Judicial service commission is the process of replacing the retired Chief Justice David Kenani Maraga who retired last month after successfully serving his term. The deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu was sworn in as the acting chief justice awaiting the new appointment. But confusion engulfed the Judiciary after a court nullified the appointment of Mwilu as the acting chief justice untill the matter presented before the court was heard and determined. These brought confusion as currently no law addresses