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Friday January 31, 2020 - High Court judge, John Oyiengo, who was scheduled to swear in James Nyoro as the new Governor of Kiambu yesterday, has issued a statement explaining why he was a no-show at the event.

In a statement to Kenyans, Oyiengo noted that the County Committee on the Assumption of the Governor's Office had not complied with a section of the Assumption of the Office of Governor Act which requires publication and notification of the swearing-in ceremony in the Kenya Gazette and the County Gazette stating the time, date and place of swearing.

He asserted that a modification to the Constitutional provision that states that the Governor will be sworn in on the first Thursday after the tenth day following the declaration of results of the County Governor had not been complied with.
"I understand the modification as relating to shortening of the ten days period but that has also not been done," Oyiengo wrote.

Oyiengo declared that the ceremony stood suspended and urged the County Secretary to ensure a committee was established in line with constitutional provisions.

"In view of the fact that the two provisions have not been complied with, the swearing ceremony has been suspended and the County Secretary is hereby advised to ensure that a committee is established pursuant to sections 3 and 5 of the Act and a resolution is passed in compliance with section 11 of the said Act.”

"The judiciary is ready and willing to swear the new governor upon compliance with the provisions," the statement read in part.

The Judiciary had earlier stated that the ceremony will be held on a later date.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused,” the Judiciary's statement read in part.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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