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Kenyan wants Deputy CJ out of office

06 January 2012, 16:45

Nairobi – A Kenyan researcher on Friday initiated a process seeking the removal of Deputy Chief Justice Nancy Baraza from office following her spat with a security guard at the Village Market shopping mall on New Year’s eve.

In a petition to the secretary of the Judicial Service Commission, Peter Gichira Solomon has quoted relevant provisions of the Constitution and is seeking her ejection for misconduct against Rebecca Kerubo. Baraza has admitted there was an altercation but denies brandishing a gun at the guard.

“I do hereby submit a petition for the removal of office of the Deputy Chief Justice, the Lady Hon. Justice Nancy Baraza following her misconduct and misbehaviour against Ms Rebecca Kerubo on Saturday 31st December 2011 at the Village Market, Nairobi, Kenya,” Solomon states in his petition.

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