Samson Omwanza Ombati has officially been sworn in as the Law Society of Kenya in the Judicial Service Commission.

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Samson Omwanza Ombati

Samson Omwanza Ombati has officially been sworn in as the Law Society of Kenya in the Judicial Service Commission. Speaking during the swearing-in presided over by the president of the Supreme Court, Martha Koome, Koome expressed confidence that the newly sworn-in will help the commission achieve its strategic plan and ensure justice is served equally.

Koome also added that, through the commission, the Supreme Court will look for the money that will see a new state-of-the-art facility constructed.

On his part, Ombati, who was elected to represent the LSK, promised to work hand in hand with other commissioners and ensure justice is served equally.

Ombati added that his aim is to see a well-transformed judiciary that will see Kenyans served equally, irrespective of tribe or gender.

Ombati was elected by the lawyers to represent them in their commission in the just concluded elections.

Others who were present were, the majority whip and Mugirango member of parliament, Sylvanus Osore, Solicitor General Shadrack Mose, and Senior Counsel Dunstan Omari, among other lawyers.

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