Chief Justice Martha Koome Makes This Critical Changes In The Judicial System, See Details

Chief justice Martha Koome has made changes in the court sector 23 judges moved to various stations and are supposed to report to their work station as from 1st October 2021
Judge Weldon Korir who was among the judges rejected by the president is among those made to move from milimani law courts to kabarnet/Kapenguria law courts.

Judge John Matiro, who was the most respected in Nairobi was taken to Mombasa law courts from Milimani law courts in Nairobi. He is taking Judge Eric Ogolla’s place who will be in Eldoret starting october 1st whereas Judge Chacha Mwita from Milimani law courts sent to Kajiado law courts.
Judge Stephen Githinji sent to Malindi from Eldoret.

Judge David Kemei sent to Bungoma will now be in Machakos and Judge Reuben Nyakundi will work in Eldoret sent from Malindi.

James wakiaga from the Milimani law courts who was involved in taxes and economy judging caseswas sent to Muranga.

Female judges were also affected with the changes made by the chief justice like Stella Mutuku of Milimani law courts was sent to kajiado and Judge Dora chepkwony was sent to Mombasa her previous work place being Milimani law courts.

Judge Esther Maina from Nyamira presiding corruption cases in Milimani.
Judge Grace Ngenye from Milimani was moved to Naivasha law courts in the many changes beibg done.

Since Judge Martha Koome took the chief justice seat,she has made many changes in the judiciary which is one way of cleaning in that sector. All eyes are on her as many are expecting many cases will be presided as they are piled up in court stations in the country.

A few days ago she started eight new ciurt stations for lands and environment adding the number to 34.

Eight judges as from next month will be in new different stations in Nyamira, Kilgoris,Siaya, Vihiga, Kwale,Isiolo, Homabay and Nanyuki to reduces the number of cases there.

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