JSC starts the most common way of terminating Judge Said Juma Chitembwe after his overall Mike Sonko squealed on him

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has started the cycle trying to eliminate Justice Chitembwe Said Juma from office following union claims lavelled against him by the previous Nairobi Governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, through a progression of sound and video accounts.

The commission pondered yesterday on the request that was documented trying to show him out on grounds of inappropriateness and ridiculous offense that are as of now in the public space.
The JSC has coordinated Chitembwe to document a definite reaction in regards to the charges inside 14 days of administration.
His reaction will be considered by the board which has been set up by the commission.
The board will then, at that point, present its discoveries to JSC including their suggestions.
JSC will then, at that point, determine the destiny of Chitembwe from there on whether to sack him or excuse the claims delivered by Sonko.
“JSC settled that the petitions be served upon the Honorable Judge for his reaction inside 14 days of administration.
“From that point, the Petitions and the Honorable Judge’s reaction will be considered by a board which has been set up by the Commission. “The board will introduce its discoveries and suggestions to the Commission,” part of the JSC proclamation read.
Boss Justice Martha Karambu Koome had before delivered an assertion guaranteeing Kenyans that she will make a move in regards to the video accounts delivered online by Sonko ensnaring the High Court Judge.
Sonko, who is a relative of Chitembwe, delivered recordings involving the appointed authority in pay off claims.