PHOTOS: CS Amina Mohamed, Rastafarian among those admitted to the bar
By Vincent Kejitan
| July 3rd 2020
Sports CS Amina Mohamed on Friday expressed her joy after
she was admitted to the bar following a 7-year wait.
Taking to Twitter, the CS thanked those who made it possible
saying she was privileged to be part of the event.
“Thank you Hon. Chief Justice @dkmaraga for presiding over the momentus ceremony. Honoured and privileged to have been part of it. Congratulations to all the newly admitted colleagues,” she tweeted.
Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the admission of 96 advocates on the second day, bringing the total number of new members to 198.
Also admitted to the bar was Mathenge Mukundi, a practicing Rastafarian.
Kenya’s National Council for Law Reporting lauded him for
his achievement having done his pupillage with them.
“According to our policy to give opportunities to diverse
members of the society,Mr Mathenge Mukundi a practicing
Rastafarian did Pupillage with us last and was admitted to the bar as an
“Congratulations to him,” tweeted Kenya Law.
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