Kenya Chief Justice Seeks Advice on Running Modern Court System

, New York Law Journal

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Willy Mutunga, who in 2011 became the first chief justice of Kenya's six member Supreme Court appointed under the country's new constitution, met with Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman yesterday to trade ideas about judicial transparency and accountability as part of Mutunga's push to modernize Kenya's courts.

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  • Kirugoya Arap simiti

    This Kenyan Chief Justice lost all credibility he ever had. He joined the judiciary with overwhelming goodwill from the Kenyan people. He then took that goodwill, trashed it and tossed it out the window. Sadly that ain't coming back any time soon. Ordinary citizens in Kenya will never receive any justice in his court.

    The Thief Justice should enjoy the perks that come with that office. These include riding around in stretch limousines, shopping sprees in London, diplomatic passports, bodyguards, entertainment allowances and so on. All matters relating to justice we gave up on these a long time ago.

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