CJ Koome says judges anxious after arrests, assures Judiciary's independence

Chief Justice Martha Koome

Martha Koome, the Chief Justice and president of the Supreme Court,  gives her speech after Justice Daniel Musinga took his oath of office as Court of Appeal president on June 11, 2021.

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What you need to know:

  • Justice Koome said no formal report had been made to her as the head of the Judiciary and chairperson of Judicial Service Commission (JSC).

Chief Justice Martha Koome has urged judges to continue dispensing their duties without fear, saying the independence of the Judiciary and their constitutional duties are protected by the Constitution.


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