Here we go again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh my sister- O. While this is your democratic right, i wanna be frank with you ho. There could be chances that you can win but in this one it is becoming very remote with your every move. My sisto, humility pays and our grandparents really talked and impressed this on us. Kindly follow the Benard Chunga approach- fly before the team starts working- just do the most honourable thing that remains for which is to resiget and get your huge pay perk for the unserved period and save yourself. Otherwise you will loose and loose very big in all fronts. Listen to me my sisto as it is already very late for you and there is no room to manouver any further. Your loved disappointed bruder Sam
Best move Nancy! they can not just sacrifice you to show that they are clean
Justice Nacy Baraza is just being illogical and is actually showing how unsuitable she is for that big job. The things she did and acknowledged doing cant be associated with any judicial officers. Judicial officers are supposed to be level-headed people with clear sense of good judgement. However, Lady Justice Baraza miserably failed that simple test. How actually she landed the job in the first place, raises serious questions. May be her only qualification was a false reform sticker! To now attempt to block the obvious, while she has failed to explain her maruading animal conduct, is an insult to the country. One wonders why she is so unremorseful! Perhaps, a reformer sign?
Mr Pratt i think you have lost your mind.Important issues like Icc suspects hanging on their Jobs while Baraza stand suspended , this is one isue that you should be seing a diference in the way all of them Uhuru/Ruto/Baraza are conducting themself interms of their intergritty .So mong the three whom do you think needs to remain in the office ??????????????? .Beacuse you potray yourself as the best Judge .
Losing one’s mind is a very strong word pal! However, Uhuru and Muthaura have since stepped down anyway. But they are not accused of personally killing anyone. They are supposedly accused of allowing their supporters to do such things. Thus, there is no connection whatsoever with Baraza’s crazy acts. After all, her job is not even political! It entirely involves pure level-headedness. Clearly you are justisfying her wild conduct by trying to hide it behind ICC cases. That cant wash pal, its only empty propaganda!!!
Lady Barasa listen, Have you ever heard of someone openning a can of worms? This is exactly what you are doing! The best way to cover your dirt now is to simply throw in the towel. 0therwise all your dirt will be told to the public and it will be the end of your carrier. You could just continue with your civil society activism for example and life goes on.
I think the strategy here is to prolong the matter as long as possible until public anger dies down and in the meantime to earn as much salary and enjoy the accompanying state perks as long as possible. But MS. Baraza should get the hint, WE DON’T WANT YOU!!!!!
Even if you win and reinstated, who’s case will you handle in court. not mine.
Uhuru, Muthaura………………………….hehehehehe, mumeonyeshwa njia, now even a chicken thief can block the courts(poor him if he has any money)
This is not a new Kenya. NO ! we were blind but now we see
Nancy, you loose your moral standing and forfeit your obligation to give any judgement from this appeal you have taken. I wonder why common sense seems to elude you even when you hold such an esteemed high office…we WOULD be excused to think that there is problem with your higher centres, might you be having an personality disorder. you remind us of miguna miguna
Nancy’s new move is the epitome of impunity & it has no place in the Kenya that we envisaged. Uhuru, Muthaura have stepped aside just like Ruto & Kosgey did. We, as Kenyans, set a new precedent for ourselves but she is taking us back. She should just have allowed the tribunal to investigate her, if she truly believes in the spirit of the new Constitution. She clearly doesn’t- that’s such a huge blow. She reminds me of Amb Bethuel Kiplagat.
You are not a politician who says something and forget it with a slight change of weather !Am sorry that your move holds no water.The new constitution spares no one at all if Muthaura and Uhuru have stepped aside.Thanks.
Why would the suspended DCJ even contemplate this move.
When guys voted the new constitution no one thought it would be like this.. DOUBLE EDGED SWORD.
strength of a Woman???!!!
Boy am i loving this constitution ! inakata mbele na nyuma !
Nancy is seemingly unfit to hold a major office that requires the holder to
be self controlled and dispassionate (“as sober as a judge”), fair to
all (deem all to be equal before the law), and publicly respected (would
any of you want your very important cases to go before Judge Baraza).
She,I believe, disgraced herself and her office, showed herself to be
prone to nigger moments (lack of self control and inability to see the
bigger picture before acting), exhibited diva tendencies (demanding more
than three bodyguards), suggested she is a spoilt mama bila
adabu, and further suggested that the office may be too big for her ( why all the
“do you know who I am” behavior) .
She also showed herself to have callous disregard for the law (handling a gun without a license), to
be a disrespectful class conscious snob who does not believe in
equality (harassing guards, jumping queues, “I am too important be frisked”,”know
It also seemed that she may not be beyond corruption, by
trying to buy off the victim thro’ emissaries who were offering bribes
to the victim before tv cameras in vernacular Kisii, and also that she
may not be a fair person as she seemed to fight dirty when the professional PR guy
tried to sell a story that the victim wanted to extort 3m.
not asking Luhya MPs to lay off what is a professional employment
matter, she seems to accept the tribal way of doing things(So
can one now agree to have their case against a Luhya tried before her, or say, a big important case
against, say, Pan Paper or Mumias sugar ??)
This will continue to happen if we use gender balance,equity and other criterion other than merit and competence.activism is good but on the other hand short comings will continue to be experienced.Baraza is an example of this fraud in the whole circus that is recruitment of Judicial officers.
the more u get defensive, the more it sounds the opposite!!
Interesting move Hon. Lady Justice. Honour goes with conduct and such makes a lady. Now justice is quite out of all this. Pole but, whatever the reasons, it is not looking any brighter for you ahead DCJ-in-suspension.
I think yours is a precedence that will in many years to come will form basis for strong future reference when the appointment of a state officer from the civil society comes up.
Good luck though Madam Hon. Lady Justice
Majority of civil society fellows are mere scavengers with very limited morality. They hardly care what they do as long as funds keep flowing. Its even insulting to call them reformers. They are just like the ODM fellows who believe reform is only real when things are going their way. However, when they take a different turn, thats certainly anti-reform to them. This is pure nonsense for the country! Wild conduct belongs to its owner. Baraza is only trying to push water up hill. It cant work. She was never a reformer but aligned to merchants of deceit, whose only reform credentials was the empty noise they made. Beyond that, there is nothing to show for all the shouting, regardless of the high offices they assumed nearly half a dacade ago.
Needless to say, conmen have since learned to hide behind reform banner in order to confuse Kenyans. They are playing KANU in the 80’s and early 90’s! As long as you shouted loudest “KANU damu” you were untouchable. And these empty malicious amateurs are now the pretenders to reform, its so sickening!!!!
It is high time those in authority realized that they are not allowed to bend the laws they set up. And also they should have respect for mankind regardless of ones social status. The work of a toilet cleaner must be respected and the cleaner regarded by all. Just a minute, we are all equal before the our maker – God. If you despise a small man in the society, you are despising the maker of that person and hence He abases you right a way! That is what is happening with Nancy Baraza.
Baraz also has her rights. Those who want her out to pave way for njoki will not manage so easily. She is not going down without a fight
Why did Kerubo leave her
security desk unmanned to chase after Baraza? Who was going to inspect
the other women who came after Baraza from a security standpoint?
Was Kerubo not trying to prove a point? Did she not also have her own
Machiavellian method to settle scores with a woman she deemed ‘elite’
and rushed after her to ‘put her in her place’? Protocol demands that
if you find that you have been bypassed as a security guard, rather
than leave your post, you ought to seek the assistance of a supervisor.
You must not engage in confrontation.
It is not even clear whether in Baraza’s case she
endured a level of harassment by Kerubo due to her gender, to warrant
her reaction, or whether this was just a joke that took a sinister
turn. The whole saga could have been a big joke rather than the cruel,
gendered assault it has dissolved into. Sadly, it has been blown out of
proportion and resulted into national debate on ‘Ngoma cia aka’ – Women
If Nancy Baraza did pinch Esther Kerubo, then she
committed a crime but the vitriolic responses from the general public,
and the reaction of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC), displayed in
different media outlets, have not been commensurate with her crime.
They seem too quick to vilify and crucify Baraza and what her
personality stands for – an elite Kenyan woman, who holds a high public
office, and one who is not reliant on a man for survival. This is the
image those who vilify her are reacting against and that is why the
vitriol is disproportionately larger than her crime. Her enemies
wrestle with the fear that more Kenyan women will ascend to high
office, liberate themselves from patriarchal inhibitions, and wield
some power, so Baraza must be dealt with as a ‘sacrificial lamb’ to
assuage their fears.
Well said. Suppose Baraza obliged for the normal inspection then proceed to launch a complain of harassment with management? Better still invite the lady for a brief one-on-one or even cup of tea? If anything am 100% sure that Baraza is more educated and enlightened than Kerubo. Or is it “a woman is a woman”? I saw another one from Australia running away from some harmless demonstrators until she lost her shoe. All the while she was not even the target.