Activist Henry Shitanda who is also aspiring for Lugari Member of Parliament has moved to Judicial Service Commission complaining about the conduct of Judge Antony Charo Mirima.
“I wish to make complaint against Judge Charo regarding the manner in which he is handling petition number 0006/2021, 007/2021 and 009/2021,”added Shitanda in his letter.
He added that the letter is influenced by the nomination and vetting of the deputy Governor Nairobi County and the petition in which Okiya Omtatah sought conservatory orders in that matter and which application the judge declined to issue consovertory orders.
Shitanda says that there are ambiguities which point to bias and interference granted that the same judge issued various court orders in favor of the respondents and Ann Kananu.
“Incompetence is a ground for dismissal for dismissal of a judge coupled with buttresses that is now clear in the court cases surrounding the impeachment of Hon Mike Sonko.
Omtatah says that there are glaring ambiguities which point to bias and interference granted that the same judge issued various orders in favor of Ann Kananu.
He says that that this is a high-octane public interest case it is instructive that the public interest in the matter is extreme it demonstrates that the judge was clearly biased in declining issuance of the conservatory orders, and to this end I request that you peruse the aforementioned court files and you will clearly reach the irresistible conclusion of my observation.