This is why DCJ PHILOMENA MWILU may be sacked from the Supreme Court - She is a thief and lacks integrity to occupy the powerful seat of DCJ

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Monday October 8, 2018 - A Kenyan has filed a petition before the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) seeking the removal of Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu.

In the petition dated October 4th, 2018, Mogire Mogaka is seeking the ouster of Justice Mwilu over her alleged unlawful dealings with Imperial Bank of Kenya.

“The Deputy Chief Justice opened an account with Imperial Bank in August 2013 and by September 2013 she was given an interest free/ zero per cent (0%) loan of Ksh.12 million.”

“This zero interest loan was extended from three months to one and half years,” reads the petition.

“This is not normal by any standard and therefore must have been given by the fact that she is a judge as she applied for the loan on a Judiciary letterhead.”

“The other explanation is that it is a bribe,” the petition further reads.

Mogaka further questions the source and validity of huge sums of money such as Ksh.64 million, which he alleges that Justice Mwilu was paid from Uganda through her Imperial Bank account in December 2015, as well as another unsecured loan of Ksh.80 million.

“In November 2014, the Business Development Manager of Imperial Bank Mr. Mehbooba Shamji paid cash Ksh.10 million towards the loan repayment of the Deputy Chief Justice,” he adds.

Mogaka now wants the embattled Deputy CJ to be sacked saying she demeaned her office and failed the integrity test besides evading taxes.

“Philomena Mwilu is not fit to be the Deputy Chief Justice.”

“She is clearly corrupt and untrustworthy and has contributed to the sinking of Imperial Bank,” Mogaka stated.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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