By Chris Ojow
Lady Justice Roseline Aburili the Principal
Judge at Siaya County despite the coronavirus
pandemic, delivered a land mark Judgment over
the wealth of a deceased Billionaire Njenga
Karume in favor of his Children against
Where the Judge kicked out three trustees for
mistreating the beneficiaries, the family also
lost the battle to save their major asset as the
rest of the initial whooping stakes keeps
And was one of the major Judgment including
the sharing of the late Njenga Karume Estate by his
family, which has taken long within the
corridors of Justice.
The Judiciary team are on a marathon to clear
the backlogs of cases despite the coronavirus
pandemic challenges being experienced
Mentions and applications proceedings
virtually before the Hon. Judges, notices are
posted on Kenya Law Review and Judiciary
The litigants can also get directions and
communicate with the presiding Judicial staffs
Matters that were not handled between 16th
March to 24th April this year has been allocated
Justice Mbhogholi the presiding Judge Nairobi
County delivered 17 Judgements, Justice
Sergon delivered 10, Lady Justice C. Githua
delivered 4, Lady Justice Thuranira Jaden
delivered 13, Lady Justice J. Kamau delivered
14, Lady Justice L. Njuguna delivered 14, Hon.
Wady and Lady Justice Aburili played a major
role in delivery together with Justice A. Ndungu,
Hon. L. A. Mumassabba delivered 30, Hon. L.
Mbacho delivered 31 and Hon Nyamu delivered
40, this was in line to the demands of the
President of the Supreme Court of Kenya and
Chief justice Maraga where he pleaded with his
Able team to prove their ability to the Country.
The Judiciary is slowly with much care and with
ministry of Health guidelines dispensing
Justice through all alternatives to serve
Kenyans despite the challenges of the deadly
coronavirus pandemic and risks to their lives.
Nationally only serious crimes are being
forwarded before Courts by Detectives while
other petty offences are being managed by the
Officer Commanding Police Stations (OCS).
While the Anti Corruption Courts also had a
session where Chief Magistrate Lawrence
Mugambi sentenced two accused to prison in a
bid to fight the graft monster as Chief
Magistrate Douglas Ogoti is set to deliver a
ruling on a prima facie case, where the
Governor of Busia County and his co accused
were charged with several counts before Anti
Corruption Court in fortnight’s.