What you need to know:

  • Omwanza Ombati has been sworn in as a Member of the Judicial Service Commission
  • He will serve in the position for five years.

Samson Omwanza Ombati has been sworn in as a Member of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) representing Law Society of Kenya

Ombati is the male representative of the Law Society of Kenya in JSC.

The swearing function was presided over by Chief Justice Martha Koome at the Supreme Court building.

He is succeeding the position of Macharia Njeru whose term ended on Monday, May 13.

He will serve in the position for a term of five years.

Giving his maiden public remark, Ombati thanked members of the LSK for electing him for the position, promising to make sure that the welfare of lawyers is addressed.

“Members of LSK are very passionate about their welfare that’s why they are here in numbers… I can assure you that these members are members with goodwill,” he said.

Some of the guests present at the function were JSC Commissioner Isaack Ruto, Solicitor General Shadrack Mose, Majority Whip Sylvanus Osoro and senior lawyers.

Omwanza was elected for the position in February this year during the LSK elections

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