Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • Tom Randiki

    Ms Baraza should have done this months ago and saved the taxpayers’ money.

  • Muhiiga Katashaya

    Talk about blaming someone else for your own woes. Kenyans are good at that.

  • Mbuthia

    Baraza had to wait for the longest time before the hour of reckoning to keep earning her salary since it had not been stopped which makes economic sense.

  • Doreen Kiambia

    Baraza ,we’ve seen the vetting committee of judgesreview own rulings,you appeal is based on legal issues,if you needed a judge to is qualify themselves,you should have raised this with your lawyer…maybe withdraw the appeal….its unfortunate that as a judge of the same courtyou’ve taken this long to realize this!

  • Jane Kiio

    Good riddance finally! you can now focus on your life off the public scrutiny..all the best.

  • Tom Sadic

    why blame the CJ while he’s managed to hold on to his job while you wasted yours? get a life and move on…you should have probably done this earlier!

  • Shem Nzuki

    arrogance short lived though wasted tax payer’s money on her salaries…now what will be done on the vacant post?

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  • Stephen Jairo

    She should have resigned a long time ago. Stop blaming the CJ Please.

  • Really Pissed Kenyan

    Kwendaaaa!!!! Good Riddance!!! Why sit tight “earning” over 1.4 million per month doing nothing but irritate us until you finally get cornered like a rat !!!???

  • Take it cool madam and do not try or attempt to blame the CJ or anybody else. There is nothing personal here as we are all Kenyans. It is your pride and temperament to blame.

  • Doreen Kiambia

    Your lawyers absence in court was a preamble to this… wanted the case dismissed,now that they decided to give you a hearing…you don’t trust the judges……..very questionable integrity!

  • the P

    I wonder, what you were still waiting. You should know the law and Kerubo

  • Doreen Kiambia

    “Knowing people” doesn’t count!

  • Musa

    You could have done an Honorable thing and resigned earlier instead of wasting Taxpayer’s money

  • Magambez

    good riddance..go enjoy your benefits which you didn’t earn..taxpayers have been conned

  • POnyambu

    Baraza quit the Judiciary on Thursday afternoon, saying she was not likely to get a fair hearing at the Supreme Court.
    This statement leaves many unanswered questions and put the so publicized judiciary reforms in doubt. If a senior judge can doubt the outcome of a case she is involved in, with all the lawyers she knows, the influence attached to her, the position she held, what should a common citizen like me expect to get from the same courts? Does Baraza want to show our courts are still in that sorry state and possibly the reason behind the efforts to stop the vetting of judges and magistrates? Remember that judges vetting case was referred to Justice Wasame who was scheduled to be vetted by the same board where he pushed the

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