Questions posed to interviewees by members of a panel at times give one a PRICELESS insight into the political alignment of the panel…just check the questions posed to justice Odunga by the LSK representative and the AG…and see how they are reading from the same script. pic.twitter.com/05KCZQY7JI
— Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC (@ahmednasirlaw) June 20, 2019
Appellate court is actually small, we need this guy in Supreme court, where difficult decisions under duress are required; his mashup with CJ Maraga is lethal dose
— Haroun (@haroun_palo) June 20, 2019
But we hope at the end of the day he will be given the job because we know he is one of the deligent judges we have in Kenya.
— Kizito Ipomai (@KizitoIpomai) June 20, 2019
The Gov has enough reps in JSC to pose its questions. LSK Rep should pose questions based on the rule of law, jurisprudence, legal thought and philosophy. Macharia is out of order.
— omwanza ombati (@omwanza) June 20, 2019
They’re revisiting the judiciary as they promised
— zubeyr (@Zubeyr001) June 20, 2019
The AG is expected to be Pro Government. @MachariaNjeru told us he isn't a government project.
— RICHARD KAMAU (@Kamaulagat) June 20, 2019
Interviews for public positions aren't just for the employer. They're the best opportunities for any qualified individual not to justify a position taken but as well share with the public knowledge and circumstances that may not have been infused in the decision made.
— M.C. Shifwoka (@MCShifwoka) June 20, 2019
But it's well know that the AG is very tribal, couldnt be suprised by what he does
— @Poundinpundit (@PoundinPundit) June 20, 2019
@MachariaNjeru had to ask that one. Nothing for LSK.
— Jamal Abdikadir (@abdikadir_jamal) June 20, 2019
The 2 are outright tribalists sitting in public offices.odunga is one of the best judges..he gives reasoned and timely judgements based on fact and law
— James Mulli (@JamesMulli1) June 20, 2019
With the handshake, Judge Odinga should sail and serve the interests of government if that is what is needed of him. Otherwise he merits the position for the great work he has done as a judge and an independent mind for that matter.
— Tapsagoi ak Suiyee (@kilabat01) June 20, 2019
— Monyenye Mosigisi (@wesleymosigisi) June 20, 2019