Shollei demands to be heard in public
16 October 2013, 17:06
Nairobi - Gladys Shollei, the judiciary chief registrar is demanding her hearing by the Judicial Service Commission be open to the public for transparency, Shollei is facing the commission for misconduct, The Star reports.
“It is only a public hearing that guarantees transparency and lets the public have confidence in our judicial institutions. Transparency is the handmaiden of justice,” Shollei said.
Donald Kipkorir, Shollei's lawyer sent a letter from his client to Chief Justice Willy Mutunga stating that when she would appear before the commission.
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