Executive, Parliament to blame for Kenya's failures -CJ Maraga tells the Oxford Union Conference in UK

Micymas

Village Sponsor
#22
How about maraga explain how chicken thieves get 30 years in jail and economic criminals, destroying the lives of millions walk away free or a anticipatory bail of 50K
 
#25
His judgements have a predictable trend : he doesn't just judge he judges and the outcome depends on the net worth of a nigga in terms of the 1000 bills banked in a mattress
Financial might gets you better representation in court which in turn increases the chance of winning the case.

You should be calling for better investigations and better prosecution.

These cases you are talking about all go that way because of a technicality as a result of unlawful collection and inadequate evidence.
 
#27
Financial might gets you better representation in court which in turn increases the chance of winning the case.

You should be calling for better investigations and better prosecution.

These cases you are talking about all go that way because of a technicality as a result of unlawful collection and inadequate evidence.
Ati nini wewe.... Inadequate investigations aje... are you serious my fren?
 

Mr Black

Village Elder
#28
Maraga and the Judiciary cannot and should not claim to be innocent, they are just as culpable for our current malaise as the legislature and executive.

They could however rightly claim to be the least culpable with the legislature and executive being far ahead in incompetence and rotteness.

Otherwise, term ya Maraga ikwishe we pick another CJ, perhaps we will be lucky enough to land a Kenyan who cares about clearing the huge backlog in our courts, who ensures we can have cases lodged and determined as fast as possible and who finally rids us of the technical roadblocks used by defence teams to stall cases for years.
 
#30

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