Kiambu County Principal Magistrate Bryan Khaemba has resigned after being suspended over gross misconduct when he released Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu on bail.
Khaemba in a letter dated June 14 stated that he has resigned to in order to be able to engage in other income generating activities.
“Having reflected on the consequences of the suspension letter, especially on the aspect of nil salary and the fact that this process has no definite timelines, I have separately tendered my resignation letter to enable me engage in other income generating activities,” Khaemba said in his letter.
Judiciary Chief Magistrate David Maraga had suspended Khaemba indefinitely over gross misconduct after he issued Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu bail despite the fact that he was not on duty on the said date.
Maraga had suspended Khaemba without pay.
Khaemba was also the East African Magistrates’ and Judges’ Association (EAMJA) secretary general.
a chance to designate another Council Member to take charge of the association since he has been serving as the Secretary general.
” I will also give the Council of the East African Magistrates’ and Judges’ Association (EAMJA) a chance to designate another Council Member to take charge of the Secretariat of the Association that i have been serving as the Secretary general,” said Khaemba.