MARAGA promises that he will do everything to fight cartels and their members in the Judiciary who encourage corruption

...brought to our courts,” Maraga stated.

“The current effort to stem the vice is an important process for all of us,” Maraga added.
His position was echoed by Kenya Union of Journalists Secretary-General, Eric Oduor.

“Nowadays, if somebody is not comfortable with ongoing stories in the media, they run to the Judiciary and get gag orders,” he said.

But the CJ defended the Judiciary.

“The courts are not gagging the media on a general kind of situation.”

“Each case is decided on its own facts that are brought before the court,” he said.


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