Former UN Chief Applauds Kenyan Judiciary Reforms

Citizen TV
Citizen TV
Publication Date:
9 October 2012
Kenya, Governance

The Judiciary became the first government institution to get a clean bill of health from the Panel of Eminent African Personalities. The chairman of the panel, former UN-Secretary General Kofi Annan said the pannel was satisfied with the pace of reforms in the Judiciary but warned that all would come to naught if other sectors of reforms in the country continue to lag behind. Alex Chamwada reports that Annan later met Prime Minister Raila Odinga but the two were tight lipped on their discussions.


Former UN Chief Applauds Judiciary Reforms in Kenya

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