Why The Courts Need to Be Fumigated

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Why The Courts Need to Be Fumigated

Unread post by nowayhaha » Fri Nov 17, 2017 2:57 am

Pre 2010 constituition it was unheard of any person leave alone elected leaders calling for Secession. After 2010 Constitution was promulgated the Judiciary became so powerful and Civil society Inflitrated the Judiciary via JSC and Judiciary Human Resource and all Judges and employees became pro Civil Societies and Pro Nasa. As noted all cases pitting a Nasa Politician always goes their way . Thats why leaders are bold in doing all things illegal and making all manner of speeched which might divide the country beacause they know if taken to court rhere will be no consquences. Its time the civil rights judges are removed from Judiciary

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Re: Why The Courts Need to Be Fumigated

Unread post by True RV » Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:04 am

mr nowayhaha,
only one point. The current evil EVIL evil society took root in Kenya during the time when Kiuks wanted to remove Moi from Presidency. Moi was a real professor of politics. He gave the agitating Kyuks one of their own to be PORK just to avoid Raila. At first it looked not ok for Kikuyus in 2002. Now things have changed. Kenya knows the good, the bad and the EVIL They know why Raila is onto bloodshed and UhuRuto are into peace and Kenyan development
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Re: Why The Courts Need to Be Fumigated

Unread post by mwalimu » Fri Nov 17, 2017 6:13 am

why do you hate kyuk civil society during moi era
True RV wrote:
Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:04 am
mr nowayhaha,
only one point. The current evil EVIL evil society took root in Kenya during the time when Kiuks wanted to remove Moi from Presidency. Moi was a real professor of politics. He gave the agitating Kyuks one of their own to be PORK just to avoid Raila. At first it looked not ok for Kikuyus in 2002. Now things have changed. Kenya knows the good, the bad and the EVIL They know why Raila is onto bloodshed and UhuRuto are into peace and Kenyan development

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Re: Why The Courts Need to Be Fumigated

Unread post by nowayhaha » Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:36 am

On the political arena reforming the judiciary should be on the forefront . Kenyans need a reconstructed Judiciary , the current Judiciary almost had Kenya burning , If it was not for the humilty of Uhuru and focus of Ruto Kenya would be in a bad place now. We cant afford repeatinf the mostake twice.

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Re: Why The Courts Need to Be Fumigated

Unread post by nowayhaha » Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:12 am

Its a known fact that the former Judiciary Human Resource and Administration director Mr Dismas Opondo implanted ODM sympathisers and most of the people who got employed around his time came from Nyanza Kenya. The change of Constitution was used to broaden and enlargen the Judiciary and thet took advantage of this to employ the people who messed up the first petition ...read below

http://mobile.nation.co.ke/news/politic ... index.html


At least six court clerks and all research assistants involved in steering and drafting the September 1 judgment that nullified the August 8 presidential election have either been transferred or dropped.

The Sunday Nation has learnt that two court clerks have already been transferred to new stations while four of their colleagues have received letters but are yet to be moved.

One clerk was sent to Kajiado law court while another was transferred to Nakuru.

ESTHER NYAIYAKI
Meanwhile, none of the researchers seconded to the Supreme Court to assist the judges during the election petition filed by Nasa leaders Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka was involved in the second election petition that challenged the October 26 repeat presidential election.

Similarly, Supreme Court Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki, whose report on the scrutiny of results declaration forms caused a stir, seems to have taken a low profile after being subjected to verbal attacks by Jubilee sympathisers over accusations that she doctored a report that was used in the nullification of the August 8 presidential election.

PETITION
The Judiciary has, however, defended her, stating that she conducted the exercise under the directive of the court.

On August 28, the court ordered Ms Nyaiyaki to supervise “access to certified copies of original Forms 34A and 34B”.

Contacted, Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi, however, denied that some staff had been dropped.

“No staff has been dropped,” Ms Amadi said.

She said that contrary to public perceptions, Ms Nyaiyaki “was fully involved in the second petition” much as it was evident that deputy registrar Daniel ole Keiwua was the one who received the filings, unlike in the first petition.

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
Each judge is often assigned two legal research assistants to help write draft judgments, known in judiciary circles as bench memos.

But to speed up the huge workload during the presidential election petition, each judge was given an additional two research assistants.

Some of the researchers were taken from other courts, especially the Court of Appeal.


To understand complex IT issues, Chief Justice David Maraga sourced assistance from IT experts, while others were seconded from the Communications Authority of Kenya.

But when the two election petitions were filed after the repeat poll, all the researchers seconded to the Supreme Court were not involved.

ACCUSATIONS
The source said it was either because they leaked the draft judgments or were suspected to be close to politicians.

The affected researchers have been trusted assistants to the judges, with some having moved with them from the lower courts.

Some of the clerks were allegedly transferred because of reportedly assisting Lady Justice Njoki Ndung’u get soft and hard copies of the forms without notifying Ms Nyaiyaki.

Ms Nyaiyaki and her team did a random scrutiny of 4,299 Forms 34A across five counties.

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