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JSC nominates Child rights defender Lady Justice Martha Koome Kenya’s next Chief Justice
By Collins Orono
It’s a win for Children after the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) on Tuesday nominated Court of Appeal Judge Lady Justice Martha Koome as the next Chief Justice of the republic of Kenya.
JSC acting chairperson Prof Olive Mugenda announced that the commission has unanimously agreed to nominate Justice Martha Koome as the next Chief Justice.
Her name will be forwarded to Parliament for vetting before it’s submitted to the President for approval.
Justice Koome was a member of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of children and she currently chairs the special task force on NCAJ children where she has been championing child friendly justice and push for the review and enactment of a new legal frame on Children that is aligned to the constitution and current global and regional trends
She has 33 years of experience in legal practice under her belt and a significant portion of those years has been in public service as a defender of human rights.
Koome has earned international accolades for tremendous contribution to jurisprudence in the expansion of the rule of law and defence of the vulnerable.
She is an acclaimed expert in family law and she takes a keen interest in children which earned her a recent recognition by the United Nations where she was named the UN person of the year run-up in 2020.
If her name is approved, Lady Justice Martha Koome will become the first female Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya.