Fatuma Sichale Profile, Age
Justice Sichale was born in 1958 in Trans Nzoia County in the Western part of Kenya. As at 2016 she was 58 years old. In the professional circles, she is referred to as Hon. lady Justice Fatuma Sichale.
Fatuma Sichale Education
Justice Sichale attended Kapsabet Girls School before joining Alliance Girls for her A’ levels between 1976 and 1977.
She then proceeded to University of Nairobi in 1981 for her Bachelor of Laws degree.
Justice Sichale legal Career
She was admitted to the Roll of Advocates in 1983 and subsequently worked as a magistrate. She was later promoted to resident magistrate until 1987 when she went into private practice in Kitale and Nairobi.
She joined KACC through the board in 2003 when she was appointed the vice-chairman. In August 2004, she was picked by Aaron Ringera and appointed an Assistant Director in the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission (KACC), rising to deputy director in 2005. She resigned from KACC in October 2009.
Prior to this appointment, Justice Sichale served as a council member of the Law Society of Kenya, as well as on the council of FIDA (K).
She was one of the seven board members of the Kenya Anti-Corruption Authority (KACA) that was disbanded in 2001 after the High Court of Kenya deemed it illegal. It was replaced by Kenya Anti-Corruption Police Unit (ACPU) where she was retained as one of the advisors.
Justice Sichale wealth, Investments
Fatuma Sichale & Co Advocates
Justice Sichale owns a law firm in Nairobi CBD. Below is its Address
Mama Ngina Street Corner Hse, 11th Floor
Phone: (254) 20 – 312319
Her salary as the assistant director of KACC was Sh1.7 million-plus other entitlements.
Fatuma Sichale family, Husband, Children
Details pertaining to the family of Hon. Lady Justice Sichale have not yet been finalized
Fatuma Sichale Supreme Court
Justice Sichale is poised to take over as Deputy Chief Justice from the retirement of Justice Kalpana Rawal. Justice Kalpana Rawal has attained the retirement age of 70 years.
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