philomena Mwilu is the deputy chief justice of republic of Kenya and has been in judiciary for over 35 years.
PHILOMENA MWILU BIOGRAPHY
She was born in ukambani
PHILOMENA MWILU CV
She graduated from the University of Nairobi and was admitted as an advocate of the High Court of Kenya in 1984.
She has 32 years’ experience in the legal profession. She practiced law in two firms including Mutunga & Company Advocates
She was sworn in as the Deputy Chief Justice on 28th October 2016
Justice Philomena Mbete Mwilu’s long judicial career spans over 32 years. She began by practicing law in the firm of “Muthoga Gaturu & Company” in 1984 and later transferred to “Mutunga & Company Advocates”. In June 1991 she was appointed senior legal manager at Jubilee Insurance Company Limited, serving in that capacity until 1997.
From 1999 until 2001, she was the Board secretary at the “Electricity Regulatory Board” of Kenya, and later, from 2006 until 2007, she served as the deputy chairperson of the Energy Tribunal. In 2007, she served as a director of the board of Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company and later as chair of the Legal and Human Resource Committees of the board, prior to her joining the Kenya Judiciary.
She was appointed a judge in 2008, first serving in the Commercial Court Division in Nairobi. She was then moved to the High Court in Eldoret. From Eldoret, she was transferred back to Nairobi where she served at the Criminal Division of the High Court. She was appointed the head of the Environment and Land Division of the High Court in January 2012. In November 2012, she was appointed as a Justice of the Kenya Court of Appeal.
PHILOMENA MWILU HUSBAND
Philomena Mwilu is a mother of three children. She has been a spouse to Amos Wako, former Attorney General of Kenya, since 1997.
t was love at first sight: Amos wako revealed how they meet with Deputy Chief Justice Lady Justice Philomena Mwilu.
Lady Justice Philomena Mwilu, a front pew Catholic, beat 15 other candidates to emerge victorious in the search for Kenya’s next Deputy Chief Justice to replace Lady Justice Kalpana Rawal a few years back.
Raila Odiga’s during the elections petition, Senior Counsel Amos Wako meet the love of his life on the bar.
Wako was then considered married but single, and he needed a partner, while Mwilu had dumped a now very powerful man in Parliament for Wako. “They were perfect partners” offers their personal friend despite Wako’s first wife, Flora Wako, still being around.
“I drink with Wako regularly. He loves his whiskey, and he doesn’t mind drinking till late, but in more than a decade that I have been drinking with him, I have never seen him with another woman. He is fiercely loyal to Mwilu, and has never looked at another woman. I would know if he did anything funny.”
PHILOMENA MWILU FAMILY
PHILOMENA MWILU TRIBE
she is from kamba tribe
PHILOMENA MWILU SALARY AND WEALTH
she earns a seven figure salary and money s not problem.
PHILOMENA MWILU AGE
to be updates
PHILOMENA MWILU ARRESTED
Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has been arrested at the Supreme Court and taken to DCI headquarters for questioning over alleged graft. After the arrest, the Deputy CJ was escorted by Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti.
Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji who has been spearheading the war against corruption, addressed the media shortly after her arrest. During the press briefing, the DPP said Mwilu will be charged with abuse of office, receiving bribe and failing to pay taxes. “The evidence in our possession, reveals that: Lady Justice Mwilu abused her office for personal gain. Accepted a gift in the form of money in circumstances which undermined public confidence in the integrity of her office, conducted herself in disregard of the law. In view of the above, I have concluded that the evidence is sufficient with a reasonable prospect of conviction and it is in the public interest that criminal proceedings should be preferred,” said DPP Haji DCJ Mwilu is also said to have obtained execution of a security belonging to Imperial Bank Limited by false pretense and unlawfully failing to pay taxes.