Nairobi — The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has shortlisted 35 candidates for interviews to fill positions of Judge of the Court of Appeal.
This follows the advertisement of 11 posts last month where the Commission received a total of 113 applications.
The JSC says that interviews for those shortlisted shall be conducted from June the 10 to 24 and has urged the public to make available any information of interest in respect to any of the candidates.
"The JSC would like to confirm that the shortlisted candidates will be interviewed on the dates and time indicated above. Members of the public are requested to avail in writing any information of interest in respect to any of the shortlisted candidates on or before 17th May 2019," the notice stated.
Sixty three candidates have also been shortlisted for the position of the judge of the Environment and land Court with interviews set for July 15 to August 5.
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