Judiciary shorlists seven candidates for Chief Registra To Replace Anne Amadi

Written by on February 16, 2024

Seven Shortlisted For Chief Registrar Of Judiciary Position To Replace Anne AmadiSeven candidates have been shortlisted for the position of Chief Registrar of the Judiciary.
In a notice issued on Friday, Judicial Service Commission (JSC) chairperson Chief Justice Martha Koome said the seven were shortlisted from a total of forty-three applications.
“Having reviewed the applications for completeness and conformity with the constitutional and statutory requirements, the Commission shortlisted a total of seven candidates,” the notice reads.
The interviews will be conducted on March 18, 2024, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Meanwhile, members of the public have been invited to avail in writing any information of interest with respect to any of the shortlisted candidates.
The position of Chief Registrar of the Judiciary fell vacant after Anne Amadi exited the corridors of justice as a State officer after a 10-year stint.
She passed the button to her deputy Paul Ndemo who is currently serving in an acting capacity.
Chief Justice Martha Koome, who presided over the exit ceremony, termed Amadi’s leadership as a transformative journey that has been impactful.
Amadi is the only Chief Registrar of the Judiciary who has had the privilege of administering the oath of office to two Presidents; Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017, and William Ruto in 2022.

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