Justice Ibrahim elected Supreme Court representative to JSC

Justice Mohammed Ibrahim has been elected unopposed as the Supreme Court of Kenya representative to the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).

The exercise was conducted by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Returning Officer Abdidahir Maalim Abdi who certified that Justice Ibrahim was the only person who stood validly nominated for election.

At the end of the exercise, the Supreme Court of Kenya, led by the President, Chief Justice Martha Koome said it believes in free, credible and verifiable elections.

“The exercise was conducted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission. The Supreme Court of Kenya believes in free, credible and verifiable elections,” said CJ Koome.

Meanwhile, the Chief Justice presiding over a five-judge bench comprising Justices Philomena Mwilu (DCJ), Dr Smokin Wanjala, Njoki Ndungu and William Ouko after the Supreme Court resumed sittings after the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) case.


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