George Odunga News

De La Rue wins battle for new Kenya currency deal

High Court Judge George Odunga had ordered the CBK to re-evaluate the tender on the grounds that the 15 per cent preferential treatment was conferred contrary to procurement law since the firm is not a Kenyan ...

Daily Nation Oct 13, 2018

CBK given go-ahead to print new currency

The court set aside the decision by Justice George Odunga, which had declared the tender issued to De La Rue International unlawful.

The Star Oct 12, 2018

Let’s celebrate heroes during public holidays

Justice George Odunga caught the Executive napping a year ago.

The Standard Oct 12, 2018

Court of Appeal ruling paves way for printing of new-look currency

High Court Judge George Odunga had agreed with activist Okiya Omtatah who wanted the tender quashed citing that De La Rue should not get a 15 percent preferential treatment.

Capital News Oct 12, 2018

De La Rue wins battle for new Kenya currency deal

High Court Judge George Odunga had ordered the CBK to re-evaluate the tender on the grounds that the 15 per cent preferential treatment was conferred contrary to procurement law since the firm is not a Kenyan ...

Business Daily Africa Oct 12, 2018

Temporary travel bans that only serve to pacify citizens

On March 14, 2014, High Court judge George Odunga ruled that a total ban on night transport was illegal as it went against Kenyans’ right to freedom of movement.

The Standard Oct 10, 2018

Retired President Moi marks Moi Day at home in Kabarak

High Court judge George Odunga ruled that failure to observe the day is an illegality and breach of the Public Holidays Act.

The Standard Oct 10, 2018

No state celebrations as Kenyans mark Moi Day

When Justice George Odunga reinstated the Holiday through a court ruling, he stated it was not under the jurisdiction of the court to prescribe the manner of the celebrations.

Tuko Oct 10, 2018

Retired president overwhelmed by messages of love from Kenyans on Moi Day

However, Justice George Odunga sitting in the High Court of Nairobi on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 restored the holiday saying it was illegally scrapped of, restoring it.

Tuko Oct 10, 2018

Retired President marks Moi Day quietly at Kabarak home

Justice George Odunga said its nullification contravened the Public Holidays Act.

The Star Oct 10, 2018