(Photos) Acting CJ Mwilu presides over advocates' admission to the Bar ceremony

Mwilu who led in the ceremony congratulated the new advocates.

In Summary

•Mwilu said she was delighted about the admissions and wished the advocates the best in their journey.

•Former Garissa Governor Nathif Adam's son - a human Rights lawyer was among those presented with certificates after their admission.

31 Advocates admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2020. /CHARLENE MALWA
31 Advocates admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2020. /CHARLENE MALWA

Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu on Thursday presided over the admissions ceremony of 31 advocates to the bar at the Supreme Court building.

Former Garissa Governor Nathif Adam's son, Ismail Jama - a human Rights lawyer was among those presented with certificates after their admission.

Mwilu who led in the ceremony congratulated the new advocates.

Winnie Nyaboke Makori taking oath of Office is 31 Advocates who were today admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2020. /CHARLENE MALWA
Winnie Nyaboke Makori taking oath of Office is 31 Advocates who were today admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2020. /CHARLENE MALWA

She said she was delighted about the admissions and wished the advocates the best in their journey.

Former Garissa Governor Nathif Adam with his son, a human Rights lawyer and acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu shortly after he was admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court on January 7, 2021. / CHARLENE MALWA
Former Garissa Governor Nathif Adam with his son, a human Rights lawyer and acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu shortly after he was admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court on January 7, 2021. / CHARLENE MALWA
Advocates line up to collect their certificates shortly after being admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2021. / CHARLENE MALWA
Advocates line up to collect their certificates shortly after being admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2021. / CHARLENE MALWA
11 among 31 Advocates who were admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2020. /CHARLENE MALWA
11 among 31 Advocates who were admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court building on January 7, 2020. /CHARLENE MALWA