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Former CJ Willy Mutunga elected as Muslim Human Rights board chair.

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Muslims for Human Rights (MUHURI) has elected former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga as the chairman of its board.
Mutunga, who served as the country’s chief justice from 2011 to 2016, was unanimously elected. He succeeds Khelef Khalifa.

A statement from MUHURI noted that Mutunga’s understanding of human rights issues and the law will help the organization to continue its goal of fighting impunity.

A photo file of Willy Mutunga

“He brings a wealth of experience, particularly in the civil society and human rights sectors,” the statement read in part.

MUHURI added that his history of defending the law will help strengthen the obedience to the constitution in Kenya.

Mutunga joined the Mombasa-based NGO as a board member in 2021.

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