Well, it appears corruption buster Jacob Juma was right, supreme court justice Njoki Ndungu one of the three justices under probe by a special committee for misconduct, the Standard is reporting. The 51 old lady Njoki is the youngest of the seven supreme court justices. Njoki is also the least experienced of the seven.
Other justices under probe include Boma Ojwang’ and Mohammed Imbrahim.
Two weeks ago corruption buster Jacob Juma took to twitter and Facebook with allegations that Lady Justice Njoki may have also benefited from the another extra 100 million from Governor Kidero in the Justice Tunoi bribery scandal.
Fellow Kenyans, remember Justice Njoki Ndung’u threatening to sue me over her involvement in scams at the Supreme Court! Now a select committee has been formed to probe her. I never lie. I have been waiting for her suit so that I can inform Kenyans who Njoki Ndung’u is. God help Kenyans. Jacob Juma posted on his Facebook Timeline
During the 2013 presidential petition Lady Njoki delayed her maternity leave in order to be part of the bench that heard and dismissed Raila Odinga’s presidential petition.
Lady Njoki worked in mid cadre jobs as Programme officer, political analyst and later as nominated MP in the 2003 NARK regime. In the period between 2003 to 2005 she was alleged to be close, very close, so close to then powerful Internal Security Minister Christopher Murungaru.
Justice Njoki holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from University of Nairobi and a Master of Laws (LLM) in Human Rights and Civil Liberties from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom.