Asault On Ndung'u And Ojwang

Nattydread

Village Chief
#1
Two voters have filed a petition at JSC for the removal of Supreme Court judges Jackton Ojwang and Njoki Ndung’u on gross misconduct allegations.

Francis Sakwa and Zacheus Okoth Oliech filed their petition on Monday.

They say the judges should be removed because of their actions.


The voters say justice Ojwang's wife became a Principal Secretary immediately after the 2013 Supreme Court presidential election petition.

Before that, Jubilee Party had given her a direct ticket to to vie for Migori woman representative.

During his interview in September 2016, Ojwang was asked if his wife was given the job as an incentive for him sitting on the petition. He denied the allegations.

The petitioners say Ndung'u''s judgement was written by someone else and that "it is a political manifesto of Jubilee" which has been used to unjustifiably amend the law.

Ojwang and Ndung'u disagreed with the majority determination that the August 8 presidential election did not adhere to the constitution and election laws.


Ndung'u said most judges based their petition ruling on Article 83 of the Elections Act which ignored the sovereignty of the people.

She said as much as the judges critically looked at provisions of Articles 81 and 86 of the constitution, they did not consider those of Articles 82 and 83 which are fundamental to an election process.


Ojwang said he dissented the annulment of the election as the respondents did not contravene any provisions of the constitution or any other statutes.

More on this: Most judges cherry-picked, ignored Kenyans' rights in petition - Njoki Ndung'u

Lawyer Apollo Mboya has also filed a petition against the Lady Justice, seeking her removal over gross misconduct.

In an affidavit accompanying the petition sent to the JSC, said Ndung'u should be removed from office for breach of her oath of office.

Read more: Apollo Mboya files petition against Justice Njoki Ndung'u, cites gross misconduct

Also read: Raila is behind 'hopeless' petition against Justice Njoki Ndung'u - Murkomen

https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/201...-njoki-ndungu-jackton-ojwang-removed_c1645412

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And they say that the Ngunjiri and Ngumu petitions are in bad faith?
 

ebbie

Village Elder
#2
Two voters have filed a petition at JSC for the removal of Supreme Court judges Jackton Ojwang and Njoki Ndung’u on gross misconduct allegations.

Francis Sakwa and Zacheus Okoth Oliech filed their petition on Monday.

They say the judges should be removed because of their actions.


The voters say justice Ojwang's wife became a Principal Secretary immediately after the 2013 Supreme Court presidential election petition.

Before that, Jubilee Party had given her a direct ticket to to vie for Migori woman representative.

During his interview in September 2016, Ojwang was asked if his wife was given the job as an incentive for him sitting on the petition. He denied the allegations.

The petitioners say Ndung'u''s judgement was written by someone else and that "it is a political manifesto of Jubilee" which has been used to unjustifiably amend the law.

Ojwang and Ndung'u disagreed with the majority determination that the August 8 presidential election did not adhere to the constitution and election laws.


Ndung'u said most judges based their petition ruling on Article 83 of the Elections Act which ignored the sovereignty of the people.

She said as much as the judges critically looked at provisions of Articles 81 and 86 of the constitution, they did not consider those of Articles 82 and 83 which are fundamental to an election process.


Ojwang said he dissented the annulment of the election as the respondents did not contravene any provisions of the constitution or any other statutes.

More on this: Most judges cherry-picked, ignored Kenyans' rights in petition - Njoki Ndung'u

Lawyer Apollo Mboya has also filed a petition against the Lady Justice, seeking her removal over gross misconduct.

In an affidavit accompanying the petition sent to the JSC, said Ndung'u should be removed from office for breach of her oath of office.

Read more: Apollo Mboya files petition against Justice Njoki Ndung'u, cites gross misconduct

Also read: Raila is behind 'hopeless' petition against Justice Njoki Ndung'u - Murkomen

https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/201...-njoki-ndungu-jackton-ojwang-removed_c1645412

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And they say that the Ngunjiri and Ngumu petitions are in bad faith?
there will be a counter petition against the other 4
 

ranny

Village Elder
#4
funny the only issue they seem to have is how she came about her opinion while ignoring the implication of the opinion. do they have cctv and phone record of the saintly 2 with state house like we have of the 4 wakoras?
 

Bissy

Village Elder
#5
Jubilee MPs are already mounting pressure on Ngunjiri to move forward with the petition.It has become a game of "wanaleta petition na sisi tunaleta".as Rao puts it during his campaigns
 

Shaka

Village Elder
#9
Nasa and judiciary went too far, no going back, they will just tip over. Jubilee mps can not agree to go for another election without those amendments. It will be another useless exercise that maraga and co. will nullify. Their plan is now known, they are setting us for a constitutional crisis. Those helping nasa in IEBC and Judiciary are now cornered, Chebukati is tactifully calling for a meeting and kisumu clerics are calling for a dialogue for nasa knows they are about to fall. And another thing uhuru doesn't want to be sworn in by maraga na wakora wake, it is his time to punch back. After this uhuruto will have ashamed ICC, crooked media and biased judiciary.
 

Nattydread

Village Chief
#11
Their plan is now known, they are setting us for a constitutional crisis. Those helping nasa in IEBC and Judiciary are now cornered, Chebukati is tactifully calling for a meeting and kisumu clerics are calling for a dialogue for nasa knows they are about to fall.
You nailed it!!
 

Koolibah

Village Sponsor
#18
Two voters have filed a petition at JSC for the removal of Supreme Court judges Jackton Ojwang and Njoki Ndung’u on gross misconduct allegations.

Francis Sakwa and Zacheus Okoth Oliech filed their petition on Monday.

They say the judges should be removed because of their actions.


The voters say justice Ojwang's wife became a Principal Secretary immediately after the 2013 Supreme Court presidential election petition.

Before that, Jubilee Party had given her a direct ticket to to vie for Migori woman representative.

During his interview in September 2016, Ojwang was asked if his wife was given the job as an incentive for him sitting on the petition. He denied the allegations.

The petitioners say Ndung'u''s judgement was written by someone else and that "it is a political manifesto of Jubilee" which has been used to unjustifiably amend the law.

Ojwang and Ndung'u disagreed with the majority determination that the August 8 presidential election did not adhere to the constitution and election laws.


Ndung'u said most judges based their petition ruling on Article 83 of the Elections Act which ignored the sovereignty of the people.

She said as much as the judges critically looked at provisions of Articles 81 and 86 of the constitution, they did not consider those of Articles 82 and 83 which are fundamental to an election process.


Ojwang said he dissented the annulment of the election as the respondents did not contravene any provisions of the constitution or any other statutes.

More on this: Most judges cherry-picked, ignored Kenyans' rights in petition - Njoki Ndung'u

Lawyer Apollo Mboya has also filed a petition against the Lady Justice, seeking her removal over gross misconduct.

In an affidavit accompanying the petition sent to the JSC, said Ndung'u should be removed from office for breach of her oath of office.

Read more: Apollo Mboya files petition against Justice Njoki Ndung'u, cites gross misconduct

Also read: Raila is behind 'hopeless' petition against Justice Njoki Ndung'u - Murkomen

https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/201...-njoki-ndungu-jackton-ojwang-removed_c1645412

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And they say that the Ngunjiri and Ngumu petitions are in bad faith?
Kanini Kega told Ngunjiri arudishe kesi kortini. Ba bado Lenaola kesi inakam.
 

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