Residents of Free Area estate were shocked two years ago over the domestic fowl between couples ended up badly. A lady by the name Naomi Njoki was arrested for the murder of his husband in Free Area in Nakuru. The couple was living in a single rented room.
AG Set For Another Court Battle as He Claims To Have Crucial Evidence Linking Top Lawyer With Murder
Photo Courtesy. Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki is set to participate in an Sh100 million property case involving a top lawyer. Kihara applied to be allowed to appear in the case where lawyer Hari Gikanya is accused of forging false documents to try and steal Ksh 100M property that belonged to Belgian Widow Dysseleer Mireille Lesoipa who was murdered in 2018.
Peter Kaluma is a Kenyan member of Parliament (MP) representing Homa Bay Town constituency in Homa Bay county. He is a member of Orange Democratic Movement. Hon. George Peter Kaluma was first elected in office during the 2013 general elections. He retained his seat during the 2017 general elections.
Grade one girl wept uncontrollably as she testified against her mum who is charged with murder of her three-year-old step-son. During her testimony on Tuesday, the grade one girl told Justice Teresia Matheka that her 28-year-old mum beat the boy to death on February 5 at their St Mary’s Pastoral Centre home in Nakuru East sub-County.
For MCAs who move parties within 180 days of an election, a High Court in Nakuru has ruled that Section 14 of the Political Parties Act is unconstitutional. To hear a petition filed by Kabazi MCA Dr. Peter Mbae, Chief Justice Martha Koome convened a three-judge bench consisting of justices Joel Ngugi, Hillary Chemitei, and Teresia Matheka.
The lawyer who was representing former prime Minister Raila Odinga at the court of appeal to challenge the decision made yesterday at the court of appeal at the Supreme Court. On May 13, High Court judges Justices Joel Ngugi, George Odunga, Jairus Ngaah, Chacha Mwita, and Teresia Matheka listed key issues to determine the eight consolidated petitions that challenged the BBI process, top being whether President Uhuru Kenyatta could initiate a popular initiative as the Head of State.
A woman from Free Area Estate Found in Nakuru who was accused of killing her husband by chopping off his genitals and and beating him up until death has been set free by court.photo Courtesy Naomi Njoki who was the wife to the deceased has been set free over the murder case which has been ruled today on 21 January 2020.
The Nakuru High Court has held that a spouse's role as administrator of their deceased partner's estate is not automatic. Justice Teresia Matheka stated in a historic judgment on Tuesday that a spouse must show why they are entitled to management of the estate rather than the other dependents.
Attorney General Kihara Kariuki has sought to be enjoined in the Sh100 million property case involving missing Belgian woman Dysselleer Mereille Lesoipa. In an application filed at the High Court in Nakuru, the AG through state counsel Sonia Wanjeri seeks to be enjoined in the succession matter filed by Ms Lesoipa’s lawyer Harry Gakinya.
Court of Appeal Justice Francis Tuiyott has upheld the ruling on the BBI (Building Bridges Initiative). He said on Friday, 20th August while delivering judgement in the court that IEBC was not constituted properly to collect and also verify the signatures approving the constitutional change. “To hold that the quorum of IEBC can be anything less than 4 Commissioners, is to weaken the commission.
Attorney General Kihara Kariuki has requested an injunction in the Sh100 million property dispute involving Dysselleer Mereille Lesoipa, a missing Belgian woman. The AG, through state counsel Sonia Wanjeri, has filed an application in the High Court in Nakuru to be enjoined in the succession action filed by Ms Lesoipa's lawyer Harry Gakinya.
Marriage is a lifetime commitment between a man and woman and always the beginning of a family. However, according to news report on K24 Kenya, Teresia Matheka the High Court judge declared that being a housewife is a full time job as she was presiding over a matrimonial property dispute.
The building bridges initiative has been declared Null, void and unconstitutional by the judges of the court of appeal. The president of court of appeal has declared this by upholding the ruling of the high Court after nullifying it. Most of the judges said that the president Uhuru Kenyatta is not a Wanjiku thus not allowed by the Constitution to start a constitution amendments.
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.
The prosecution in the case of a woman charged with the murder of her brother had recommended that the suspect be admitted to a mental institution. The court ordered a mental test on Monica Wanjiku which found her unfit to stand trial. In a letter to High Court judge Teresia Matheka, prosecutor Loice Murunga noted Wanjiku has not been able to plead to the murder charge because of mental instability.
Marriage has recently been described by many as a scam simply because of some of the most disturbing killings that are taking place between lovers. People are being murdered by their own loved ones and what is more shocking is the way the killings are done. A woman suspected of chopping her husband's genital was acquitted of the murder charge.
Justice Teresia Matheka was presiding over a family dispute where a couple had separated and the lady was demanding that the property should be sold and the money shared equally between her and the former husband. The judge pointed out that it was unfair for the court to rule out that housewives contribute nothing to the financial development of the family.
A law can be considered as a sharp sword that cuts with both ends. In Kenya, the law is embodied in the Kenya constitution and judges assists in interpretation and thus make judgement. Women all over the country are in jubilation mood following the latest rulling by Justice Teresia Matheka.
While presiding over matrimonial property disputes, the high court expounded and gave reasons why housewives should be paid. according to Kenyans.co.ke, Justice Teresiah Matheka stated that it was unfair for courts to rule that housewives did not contribute anything to the financial progress of the family. Justice Teresia Matheka
High Court judge Teresia Matheka has reportedly declared being a housewife a fulltime job that should attract some form of compensation. Ruling in a case where a Ex-wife sought to have his former husband sell all the property they have acquired and to be shared equally, Matheka said that it was very unfair for law to rule that housewives have no significant financial contribution to a family.