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Judicial officers will work as a family unit under my watch, Nambuye tells panel

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Court of Appeal Judge Roslyn Nambuye (pictured) has said that her first 100 days in office as chief justice will be used to ensure that judicial officers work as a family unit.

Judicial officers will work as a family unit under my watch, Nambuye tells panel

By John Muthoni | 4 years ago

Boinnet: NGO complained about principal suspect in murder

Boinnet: NGO complained about principal suspect in murder

Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet received a complaint letter against the conduct of Sergeant Fredrick Leliman in relation to Josephat Mwenda early this year.

John Muthoni and MWANIKI MUNUHE | 4 years ago

Hackers leak document on upcoming UN conference budget

A budget for the upcoming UN conference in Nairobi was among leaked documents anonymous hackers claimed to have accessed from the Foreign Affairs ministry.

John Muthoni | 5 years ago

Court rules in favour of anti-corruption watchdog in graft case

The Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that had blocked the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission from pursuing former National Water Conservation and Pipeline Corporation (NW&PC;) financial controller over alleged corrupt dealings.

John Muthoni | 5 years ago

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