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Maraga disowns letter urging Deputy CJ Mwilu to ‘take time off’

LEFT: Chief Justice David Maraga. RIGHT: The fake letter.
LEFT: Chief Justice David Maraga. RIGHT: The fake letter.
Chief Justice David Maraga has distanced himself from a letter calling for the resignation of his besieged deputy.

Chief Justice David Maraga has distanced himself from a letter calling for the resignation of Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu.

The letter, which has gone viral online, was purportedly signed by Justice Maraga.

Ii indicates that Justice Mwilu should temporarily relinquish office until she clears her name from abuse of office charges.

“In addition with the dignity and reputation of the judiciary at stake, I would like to suggest that you consider taking some time away from the office until this unfortunate matter is dispensed with,” it read in part.

Justice Mwilu is accused of among other failing to pay tax and improper dealings with Imperial Bank which is now in receivership.

 

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DAVID KWALIMWA

DAVID KWALIMWA

David Kwalimwa is a journalist with a great bias for sporting events and current affairs. He studied Information Technology at Kampala International University. He’s experience in journalism includes covering Kenya’s General Elections in 2013 and 2017, two Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, the FIVB Grand Prix in Mexico and Croatia, and Women’s Volleyball World Cup.



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