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Chair PSC sworn in

Chief Justice David Maraga today swore in Mr. Stephen Kirogo as the new Chairperson of the Public Service Commission (PSC) in a ceremony attended by the Head of Public Service,  Joseph Kinyua. Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi administered the Oath. nn nn nn nnnnThe Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua (L) and the new Chairperson of the Public Service Commission, Mr. Stephen Kirogo (R) moments after his swearing in ceremony at the Supreme Court this afternoon. Congratulations.nn nn nnnn nn nn nn ...

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CJ David Maraga at the 2018 Law Society of Kenya Annual Conference

 nnAlthough the concept of constitutionalism these days means different things to different people,[1] it is, however, common ground that constitutionalism entails limited government and the commitment to be governed by such limitations; constitutionalism entails “a recalibration of the State governance [mechanism] so that it is based on the rule of law [and is] … democratic, responsive and accountable”[2]; constitutionalism entails implementation that succeeds in reflecting the desires and aspirations of the people; constitutionalism entails a vibrant implementation that positively “affects and … improves the reality of people’s [lives].”[3]  [   http://10.200.1.104/resources/speeches/]nn nn nn ...

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Chairperson and Members of the CAJ take oath

CJ David Maraga presided over the swearing in of the Chairperson and Members of the Commission on Administration of Justice (CAJ). They include Chairperson Florence Kajuju and members Washington Opiyo Sati and Lucy Ndungu. The Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, Anne Amadi, administered the oaths. They were appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta with effect from August 2, 2018.  ...

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Chief Justice David Maraga’s Message of Condolences to the Family and Friends of the Late Hon.  Henry Onyancha Obwocha.

Sunday, August 5, 2018.   nnIt is with deep sadness that I learnt of the untimely death of Hon. Henry Onyancha Obwocha. nn nnHon. Obwocha, who was a personal friend for many years, was a man with a big, generous and selfless heart. A meticulous accountant; a distinguished, dedicated long-serving public servant; and a lawmaker whose political career peaked with his appointment as a Cabinet Minister, Hon. Obwocha was a straight forward personality as well as an astute and far-sighted politician who was an inspiration to all those who encountered him.nn nnHis death is a great loss not only to his family and to...

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Pan-African network of judges likely to be based in Kenya

THURSDAY, August 02, 2018nA major pan-African network of judges could be based in Kenya should the Judiciary succeed in its bid to have it registered in Nairobi.n nAt a meeting currently being held in Maputo, Mozambique, Kenya also made a pitch for the hosting of the third "Regional Symposium on Greening the Judiciaries in Africa", an initiative supported by United Nations Environment Programme. It is scheduled to take place in 2020.n nThe decision on the two issues will be made tomorrow as the three-day symposium, attended by representatives from 37 countries,   ends. Chief Justice David Maraga is leading the Kenyan delegation...

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