Justice Mary Gitumbi has temporarily been relieved from her role by President Uhuru Kenyatta on grounds of mental incapacity.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has temporarily relieved justice Mary Gitumbi from her roles a senior judicial officer pending her removal on grounds of mental incapacity.
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Gazetted Notice dated August 23, 2021 the Head of State has further formed a tribunal to inquire into the petition by JSC on the removal of justice Gitumbi.
President Kenyatta through the petition by the Judicial Service Commission JSC has forced him to remove Justice Mary Gitumbi as the senior judge after considering of various medical reports.
The medical reports disclosed the judge’s “inability to perform the functions of office arising from mental incapacity under Article 168 (1) (a) of the Constitution” according to the JSC commission report.
Gitumbi meets her suspension while serving in the Environment and Land Court.
The following are members of the tribunal, which will be chaired by Lady Justice Omondi Hellen Amolo include; Justice Luka Kiprotich Kimaru, Lady Justice Linnet Ndolo, Peter Munge Murage, Mary Martha Nyakado Bonyo, Dr. Frank Njenga, and Dr. Margaret Othieno Makonyengo.