as well as former MP Philip Gitonga.

WHEREAS by extension order dated 2nd September, 2014, I appointed Jane Ndirangu (Mrs.), Nairobi County, of P.O. Box 30202, Nairobi, to be liquidator of Akapulco Sacco Society Limited (CS/4420) (in liquidation) for a period not exceeding one year and whereas the said liquidator has not been able to complete the liquidation.

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NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 4th December, 2015, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 83, in Volume DI, Folio 186/2464, File No. MMXVI, by our client, Jane Mumbi Karuku, of P.O. Box 2581–00621, Village Market in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Jane Muthoni Waweru, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of her former name Jane Muthoni Waweru and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Jane Mumbi Karuku, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Jane Mumbi Karuku only.


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NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 19th January, 2016, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 899, in Volume DI, Folio 158/2034, File No. MMXVI, by our client, Henry Marube Oanya Oigala, of P.O. Box 45240–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Oigala Henry Oanya, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Oigala Henry Oanya and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Henry Marube Oanya Oigala, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Henry Marube Oanya Oigala only.


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18. The extent to which due process was applicable in a case such as the one before the court depended on the express and implied limitations by statute and the circumstances of the case. There were certain circumstances a Governor could lose confidence in a member of a County Executive Committee and due to the sensitivity and/or urgency of the matter at hand the Governor may dismiss the member without giving notice of his intention to do so. Further, section 31 (a) of the County Governments Actdid not require the Governor to hold a disciplinary hearing in respect of the said member before dismissal; he could only dismiss if he considered it appropriate or necessary. Appropriateness or necessity was not arbitrariness or whimsical. Appropriateness or necessity imports the requirement that there must be reasons that make the dismissal appropriate or necessary. It was those reasons that determine whether the discretionary power exercised under Section 31(a) of the County Governments Act was reasonable or not.

Gitonga : ..

Now therefore, I extend the period of the liquidation with effect from 20th March, 2016 for another period not exceeding one (1) year for the said liquidator to act as liquidator in the matter of the said co-operative society.

Samuel G

15. Reasonableness was a deferential standard animated by the principle that underlies the development of the two previous standards of reasonableness; certain questions that come before administrative tribunals do not lend themselves to one specific, particular result. Instead, they could give rise to a number of possible, reasonable conclusions. A court conducting a review for reasonableness inquires into the qualities that make a decision reasonable, referring both to the process of articulating the reasons and to outcomes. In judicial review, reasonableness was concerned mostly with the existence of justification, transparency and intelligibility within the decision making process but it is also concerned with whether the decision falls within a range of possible, acceptable outcomes which are defensible in respect of the facts and law.