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Chief Justice David Maraga's retirement ceremony in pictures

NAIROBI
By Judah Ben-Hur | January 11th 2021

Chief Justice David Maraga and the acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu (left) at the Supreme court on Monday, January 11, 2021 during his retirement ceremony. [Collins Kweyu,Standard]

Chief Justice David Maraga hands over the constitution to the acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu (left) at the Supreme court on Monday, January 11, 2021 during his retirement ceremony. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

A section of Judges follow proceedings at the Supreme court on Monday,January 11,2021 during a retirement ceremony for Chief Justice David Maraga. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

 

Chief Justice David Maraga adressing the Media upreme court on Monday,January 11, 2021 after his retirement ceremony.  [Collins Kweyu, Standard

 

Judiciary staff taking of the Chief Justice's official robe. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

 

 

 

 

Chief Justice David Maraga bids farewell to to a section of Judges as he leaves the Supreme court on Monday,January 11, 2021 after his retirement ceremony. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

 

Chief Justice David Maraga bids farewell to a section of Senior Counsel as he leaves the Supreme court on Monday,January 11,2021 after his retirement ceremony. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

Chief Justice David Maraga waves as he leaves the Supreme court on Monday,January 11,2021 after his retirement ceremony. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

 

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