President Dr. William Samoei Ruto has welcomed calls by Chief Justice Martha Koome to hold talks between the Executive and Legislature over matters affecting the Judiciary.
President Ruto (in cream Kaunda Suit-centre) during the commissioning of the Tinderet Integrated Technical and Trainers College, Nandi County on Tuesday 16 January 2024. Photo: Statehouse Kenya
While speaking on Tuesday at the commissioning of the Tinderet Integrated Technical and Trainers College, Tinderet Constituency, Nandi County, Dr Ruto said such talks would help end impunity, corruption and vested interests among members of the Judiciary.
Also present during the function was Nandi Governor Stephen Sang, Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu and several MPs led by Majority Leader in the National Assembly, Kimani Ichungwa.
“The Government’s renewed support for technical training will ensure that our youth are equipped with industry-specific skills and competence that will accelerate the attainment of our Plan and drive the country’s growth,” said President Ruto.
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