Furthermore, Justices Fridah Okwany and George Odunga had settled the matter pitting Ojienda against KRA.” There was a protest at Intercontinental Hotel – the venue of the meeting, by a section of the LSK members to press for the chairman’s removal citing violations of the society’s meeting procedures.
High Court Judge George Odunga referred the case to a chief magistrate’s court in Machakos but indicated he was convinced the Mavoko courts could not handle the matter.
Another notable change was that of Justice George Odunga who was moved from Nairobi to Machakos.
Maraga – who has over the past year effected high-profile transfers including Justice George Odunga’s reassignment to Machakos in April and Monday’s transfer of Justice Chacha Mwita to Kajiado – however dismissed claims that he is under pressure from the Executive to reshuffle some judges.
Justice George Odunga had also suspended the appointment of six others after it emerged that they were appointed illegally.
But yesterday Justice George Odunga found one of the two doctors and the hospital liable for the injuries.
- The patient underwent an unsuccessful surgery at Nairobi Hospital 14 years ago - His parents sued the hospital for negligence which led to their son's brain damage - They argued their 32-year-old son who was 18 years then would not have suffered brain damage if the hospital's machines were in a good working condition - High Court Judge George Odunga awarded the patient KSh 44.5 million and his parents KSh 1 million - The parents told court their son was behaving like a six-year-old despite being 32-years old The High Court has ordered Nairobi Hospital to pay a patient KSh 44.5 million in damages for a botched operation he underwent at the facility 14 years ago.
In his ruling on Wednesday, High Court Judge George Odunga also awarded Sh1 million to the parents of the patient.
In his ruling, High Court judge George Odunga on Wednesday also awarded his parents Sh1 million.
Judge George Odunga had directed Mr Nzomo Mutuku to re-calculate the pension payable to more than 4,000 former staff of Postal Corporation of Kenya.