"Null And Void" Nelson Havi Morning Coded Message On Recent High Court Ruling Leaves Kenyans Talking
The President of the law society of Kenya is a man who is not shy to express his opinions on matters law, from his role in the BBI case and to his recent move to declare his interest in Westlands Parliamentary seat, Havi is a big name in the corridors of justice.
Big Win For Uhuru as Appellate Court Overturns High Court Ruling on Six Judges Left Out by President
The six judges who were rejected by President Uhuru Kenyatta due to allegations of corruption will have to wait even longer after the Court of Appeal halted the implementation of an order that would have seen them assume their new roles. Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir, and Joel Ngugi were among the six judges who were to serve on the Appellate Court.
On Thursday president Uhuru Kenyatta was given tough condition by high court to appoint six judges in fourteen days failure of which Chief Justice Martha Koome will swear them in office. While making the ruling, high court judges said president has no power to reject appointment of any judge when recommended by Judicial Service Commission.
A petition by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) seeking the removal of Deputy Chief Justice, Philomena Mbete Mwilu, from office was quashed by the High Court. On Friday, November 12, the High Court sitting in Nairobi ordered the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) to stop deliberations on DCJ Mwilu's possible ejection.
It has emerged that a top lawyer as well as four judges have allegedly acquired a Court Order against former Nairobi county governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko. According to details, the top judges are in the list of interested parties with the petitioner being top lawyer Cecil Miller who is mentioned in Mike Mbuvi Sonko's leaks.
Three High Court justices are set to set a precedent that will allow the President to be by-passed in the appointment of judges. Six judges who President Uhuru Kenyatta overlooked while gazetteing names of new appointees will be appointed if the Head of State fails to submit their names within the next 14 days, according to Justices George Dulu, James Wakiaga, and William Musyoka.
Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna has for the first time spoken after a court on Friday, November 12 threw out the application he had filed seeking the government to withdraw the red alerts that had been issued against him. The defiant lawyer revealed that he would still fly to Kenya on Tuesday, November 16 as scheduled and would be appealing the decision by the court should they block him from entering the country.
Court of appeals has today barred Chief Justice Martha Koome from swearing in six Judges that president Uhuru Kenyatta had rejected. According to appellate judges all appeals must be first heard and determined before chief can take any action. "APPELLATE COURT bars CJ Koome from swearing-in six judges President Kenyatta had failed to appoint until appeals are heard and determined," read the statement.
A high court judge Weldon Korir has finally explained the main enemy of the small scale businesses in the country and said why the Kenya revenue authority will soon go down very fast. According to the report by national television (ntv) channel on Twitter, Weldon Korir has said that Kenya revenue authority will proceed to kill all the small scale businesses in the name of collecting taxes from the people.
Three High Court justices are poised to set a precedent that will allow judges to be appointed without the involvement of the President. Six High Court judge nominees who President Uhuru Kenyatta overlooked while gazetteing names of new appointees will be appointed if the Head of State fails to submit their names within the next 14 days, according to Justices George Dulu, James Wakiaga, and William Musyoka.
PHOTO / COURTESY The Court of Appeal has temporarily halted a High Court judgment requiring the President to swear in six judges whom he had previously rejected. A month ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta was instructed by the High Court to swear in six judges who were recommended for the Court of Appeal, including Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir, and Prof Joel Ngugi.
Lawyer Miguna has reacted on the court directive today. While making a rulling, Judge claimed that the pettition lacked merit since there was no evidence to confirm that Indeed there is a red allert blocking Miguna from entering Kenya. The Canada based Lawyer has claimed that, he will continue with his journey as planned and as it was directed by various lawyers in 2018 and 2020.
The decision by a three-judge bench ordering President Uhuru Kenyatta to promote six judges has strained the relationship between the Executive and the Judiciary yet again. On Thursday, October 21, Justices James Wakiaga, George Nduru, and William Musyoka of the High Court directed Uhuru to appoint Justices Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir, and Joel Ngugi to the Appellate Court.
The high court judge justice Weldon Korir has warned the Kenya Revenue Authority against killing local companies in the name of collecting taxes.The judge accused the Kenya Revenue Authority of killing local businesses over alleged failure to pay taxes which in return has affected many households in the country. He cautioned that if KRA continues to scare local businesses,it will soon go bankrupt and fail to meet its tax collection targets.
Embattled exiled lawyer, Miguna Miguna, has issued a announcement after a Nairobi court docket threw out an software he made looking for to have the authorities elevate the pink alerts allegedly issued towards him. In a announcement issued the day before today, Miguna disclosed that he might still fly to Nairobi on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, as planned earlier.
The expose unleashed by former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko on corruption in the corridors of justice,is a clear indicator that we still have a long way in the war against corruption. President Uhuru Kenyatta has been dedicated in the fight against corruption but his efforts seem to be giving unsatisfactory results, because of the rot in the justice system whereby judges,magistrates and advocates take bribes and engage in illegal activities.
"I Will Proceed With My Journey to Kenya" Lawyer Miguna Insists as He Hints What He'll do if Blocked
High Court judge Hedwig Ongudi has declined to issue orders sought by lawyer Miguna Miguna to facilitate his return to Kenya next week by removal of red alerts issued by the Kenyan government to two airlines lifted. (Photo, Courtesy) Miguna has insisted that he will proceed with his journey to Kenya as previously communicated despite the latest ruling by High Court.
The ruling by a three-judge bench ordering President Uhuru Kenyatta to promote six judges has once again created a strain in the relationship between the Executive and the Judiciary. On Thursday, October 21, High Court judges, Justice James Wakiaga, George Nduru, and William Musyoka directed Uhuru to appoint Justices Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir and Joel Ngugi, to serve in the Appellate Court.
Miguna Miguna who was travelling back to the country was stopped by the high court. This was communicated today morning and since the Miguna Miguna has been silent. Few minutes, he tweeted sayings that he we proceed with his journey as it was early communicated. He wrote in twitter saying that it was confirmed but people told him to reread and understand what the red alert meant before he tweet.
The six judges include Aggrey Muchelule, George Odunga, Weldon Korir and Joel Ngugi, who were to serve in the Appellate Court. Others are chief magistrate Evans Makori and High Court registrar Judith Omange, who were promoted to the High Court. The Court of Appeal says the judgment issued by the High Court on October 21, 2021 should remain suspended pending the filing, hearing and determination of two intended appeals by President Kenyatta and Attorney-General Paul Kihara Kariuki.