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UON Wins All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition for the tenth time

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UON Wins All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition for the tenth time

UON Wins All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition for the tenth time.
The University of Nairobi (UoN) has won the All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition (AKMCC) for the tenth time.
Mr Njapit Joseph and Ms Yvonee Sarande from UoN won the competition, giving the university its first-ever victory.
The annual competition, which was founded in 2013 and is hosted by Kenyatta University School of Law (KUSOL), brings together all Kenyan law schools.
Speaking at the finals on Friday at the KUSOL Parklands Campus, AKMCC President Alex Assenga stated that the competition provides a forum for law students to discuss a variety of issues.
“The competition enables us to deliberate on matters concerning local contemporary issues ranging from human rights abuse, the elections, human-wildlife conflict, among others,” said Mr Assenga.
Strathmore University came in second, led by students Shamia Muchesia and Cherry Makena. Shamia Muchesia won the award for Best Overall Student.

UON Wins All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition for the tenth time

Moi University, Mount Kenya University, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Egerton University, and Kabarak University were among the 12 universities defeated by the University of Nairobi.
Kisii University, Riara University, University of Embu, African Nazarene University, and Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) were among the other universities that took part.
The competition took place from March 21 to March 25.
According to Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Wainaina, the annual exercise has provided a platform for Kenyan law students and legal practitioners to converge annually and share expertise in the legal discourse on contemporary legal issues in Kenya for the past nine years.
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Wainaina stated that this year’s theme, ‘Electoral Justice and Democracy Ensuring Electoral Credibility and Adherence to the Rule of Law,’ resonates with Kenya’s electoral history and current circumstances ahead of this year’s elections.
Former Attorney General Professor Githu Muigai, who launched the competition, chastised the judiciary for its erratic judicial jurisprudence. He urged the judiciary to keep electoral laws stable and the judicial order’s integrity intact.

UON Wins All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition for the tenth time

UON Wins All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition for the tenth time.

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