Chief Justice Martha Koome is one of the most well-known people in the country. She is highly known for continually exceeding expectations in addition to being the first woman to serve as Chief Justice of the country. Many Kenyans anticipated that the presidential election results on August 9, 2022, may lead to a petition being filed in Koome's Supreme Court.
Chief Justice Martha Koome is one of the most known leaders in the country. She is not only known because she is the first female Chief Justice in the country but she is also known because she has been proving all her doubters wrong by her above average performances.
Lucky man: After losing the Meru gubernatorial seat, outgoing Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi has today been sworn in as a member of the Kenya Law Reform Commission, a semi-autonomous agency under the State Law Office. According to Chief Justice Martha Koome, Kiraitu and Rose Janet Ayugi, Linda Musilivi Murila, Duncan Okello and Paul Musili Wambua were appointed on December 13, 2019.
During his brief time in the State Law Office, Karagu cemented his position as a prominent player in Kenyan history. Karagu, a graduate of a school in London, worked his way up the ranks of the state prosecution office to become Kenya's second head attorney.
President William Ruto is now focused on the prospective Principal Secretaries as he puts together his administration after the successful appointment of the cabinet. Photo Courtesy Subject to approval by the National Assembly, the President will select 50 applicants from a list of 250 names provided to him by the Public Service Commission for appointment as Principal Secretaries.To fill the positions of Principal Secretary, 9,154 people applied.
Outgoing Meru county governor Kiraitu Murungi has landed a job as a member of the Kenya Law Reform Commission. The governor was sworn in in a ceremony presided over by the Chief Justice Martha Koome where she sweared-in the Chairperson and Members of the Kenya Law Reform Commission, a semi-autonomous agency under the State Law Office.
One of the most well-known figures in the nation is Chief Justice Martha Koome. She is well-known not just for being the first woman to hold the position of Chief Justice in the nation, but also for consistently outperforming expectations. Many Kenyans believed that after the general election on August 9, 2022, the presidential results might result in a petition being filed in Koome's Supreme Court.
Unlike his predecessor, President William Ruto has made it apparent that he does not want to keep Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki. According to many sources, at least three prominent lawyers connected to the Trump administration are vying for the position. The office of Solicitor General, currently held by Kennedy Ogeto, is also up for grabs in the State Law Office.
Former Mukurueni constituency member of parliament Hon. Kabando Wa Kabando has called on the attorney general and solicitor general to resign. The vocal politician has stated that the two are the worst enemies of Kenya's sovereign democratic will. He has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to fire the two failure to which the president himself should resign.
As the countdown to next year’s general election goes on, Kenyan government officials who had been seen as politically neutral have been throwing caution to the wind.Some resigned while others didn't. Recent controversial statements and endorsements have left many would-be voters questioning the state's commitment to a free and fair poll.
The name Effie Owuor cannot be ignored when talking about milestones made in Kenya's Judiciary. Effie as she is popularly referred to, is Kenya's first female magistrate who went ahead to blaze many more trails in the legal sphere. Photo: Citizen. Through the years, courtesy of her brilliance and results-based impact she ascended the judicial ladder to become the country's first High Court Judge.
The State Law office has no role in succession matters, a lawyer seeking to be the executor of a Sh100 million estate has told the court. Lawyer Hari Gakinya wants an application by State Counsel Sonia Wanjeri, on behalf of the Attorney General (AG) to be enjoined in the succession case of Belgian widow Dysseleer Mireille dismissed with costs.
Few days ago, Kenyans had been left baffled by High Court's decision to declare BBI process as unconstitutional.Today, the bbi Judgement took a new twist after Kenya's Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki, in his notice of appeal said that he was dissatisfied with the High Court's decision that nullified the BBI.
Popularly known as Office of Attorney General before being renamed vide Article 156 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 and the Office of the Attorney General Act 2012 that establishes the Office of the Attorney General. Executive Order No 1 of 2016 changed the name of the Office of Attorney General and Department of Justice to State Law Office and Department of Justice. Role of the Attorney General is Government’s principal legal advisor, responsible for representing the national Government in court or any
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his political brother Honerable Raila Odinga have finally made the first move in saving building bridges initiative bill from total collapse.According to reports, Attorney general has finally filled an appeal on the rullig that was made by High Court.He has cited 13 grounds that he fells, the high court made that warrant overturning the rullig.
As the number of covid 19 cases increased, the government had to stop all gathering, and the wedding ceremonies were not spared either. As days followed the Law State office stopped new wedding registrations, due to the numbers of people who flocked in Nairobi office posing a challenge of corona virus. Now the State Law office has given new guidance as the resumption of wedding registration services resume. Number of those who will attend the wedding ceremony is now limited to 15. And the number of those wish
Sheria House Couples intending to get married can now access the service on the eCitizen portal. State Law Office CAS Winnie Guchu on Friday stated that the move was aimed at decongesting Sheria House as the country fights Covid-19. “There will be no more manual services at the registrar of marriage at Sheria House as all services will be available online. “We do not want any couple coming for services at Sheria House unless it is of utmost importance,” she said. Marriage services were temporarily suspended
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to bite, the Office of the Registrar of Marriages has taken its services online. This is done through the Office of the Attorney General and the Department of Justice in conjunction with E-citizen. In a pre-tested online system officially launched today, pending marriage applications totalling to 1,841 were directed to reapply using the system oag.ecitizen.go.ke, from which 779 were successfully received. Speaking at the launch at the State Law Office earlier today, Chief Administrative
Kenya has resumed marriage services that had been temporarily halted and launched them online in efforts to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 at the Registrar of Marriages. By the time of suspension of services, the ministry had 2,551 applications. Marriage services at the Registrar’s office were initially suspended in May as authorities saw the huge numbers as a possible risk factor in the spread of COVID-19. “Since resuming marriage services, the couples whose ceremonies were pending were notified.
Kenyan government has launched online marriage services in a move to avoid human traffic at Sheria House to curb further spread of the corona virus. Winnie Gachu, State Law Office Chief Administrative Secretary urged the couples intending to get married to do the entire registration process on the eCitizen portal, as their will be no manual services. Everything will be online. The services were initially suspended at the government offices due to the Outbreak of Corona virus. Huge number of people were seeking