Corruption has eroded the Judiciary's credibility

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The Supreme Court of Kenya in Nairobi in this picture taken on April 19, 2021.

Photo credit: Dennis Onsongo | Nation Media Group

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Sleaze • The Judiciary, Robert Mukirae notes, “prides itself as the askari of the Constitution, interpreting and articulating laws for citizens and calling out excesses in the other arms of government (Executive and Legislature)”. But who watches the watchers? “Kenya is beset by the vagaries of corruption, sloth and incompetence that have also permeated the Judiciary.” His contact is [email protected].

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