Attorney General Justin Muturi has been sworn as a commissioner of the Judicial Service Commission.
He was sworn in by Chief Justice Martha Koome at the Supreme Court buildings on Tuesday.
Speaking after taking his oath, Muturi assured his commitment to work and discharge his duties to his level best.
“May I assure you of my full and unwavering support and commitment towards the fulfillment of the role of the Commission,” he said.
CJ Koome on her part expressed confidence in Muturi’s deliverables, noting that he will be expected to managing astute relations between the Executive and the Judiciary.
“I am certain you will be a valuable team-player in the Commission and serve as a link between the Commission and the executive branch as we work towards the realization of the constitutional mandate of the JSC,” she said.
Sitting at his role, Muturi will be involved in the recruitment and discipline of judges and judicial officers as well as promote and facilitate the independence and accountability of the Judiciary.