Judiciary unveils performance report and names best courts

The Judiciary unveiled the Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMU) Evaluation Report, 2015/2016 .

 

(L-R). Court of Appeal Judge Agnes Murgor, President’s Advisor Mohammed Abdikadir, Deputy CJ Philomena Mwilu, CJ David Maraga, Court of Appeal Judge Daniel Musinga & CRJ Anne Amadi, display the PMMU Evaluation Report shortly after it’s unveiling at Supreme Court, Nairobi. June 8, 2017.

 

 

 

Justice Milton Makhandia of Malindi Court of Appeal receives the recognition award for overall best performing Court of Appeal.  The Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good”. The court reduced case backlog by 100 % and had a case clearance rate of 97 %. 

 

Justice Hilary Kiplagat Chemitei of Kitale High Court receives the recognition award for overall best performing court in the category of High Courts with 500 and below initiated cases. The court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good” and a case clearance rate of 200%.

 

 

Justice Winfrida Adhiambo Okwany of Kisii High Court receives a recognition award for best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of High Courts with 500 and below initiated cases. The court reduced case backlog by 78.27% from 10,227 to 2,222 cases.

 

 

Justice George Odunga of Milimani Judicial Review Division receives the recognition award for overall best performing court in the category of High Courts with more than 500 initiated cases. This Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good”.  All the judgements and rulings were delivered within 60 days from final submissions. 

 

Justice Boaz Olao of Kerugoya High Court receives the recognition award for best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of High Courts with more than 500 initiated cases. The court reduced case backlog by 55.06%

 

Nakuru Presiding Judge Maureen Odero receives the recognition award on behalf of Justice Stephen Radido for the overall best performing Employment and Labour Relations Court. Nakuru Employment and Labour Relations Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good”. The court achieved a case clearance rate of 200%. 

 

Hon. Margaret Nafula of Tawa Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for overall best performing court in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with 1,000 and below initiated cases. The Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good” and a case clearance rate of 125%.

 

Hon. Mwangi Karimi Mwangi of Lodwar Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with initiated cases of 1,000 and below. The court reduced case backlog by 78.00% from 1,225 to 294 cases. 

 

 

Hon. Musa Machage of Kapenguria Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for overall best performing court in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with initiated cases between 1,001 and 2,000. The Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good” and heard and determined 93% of all the criminal cases within 360 days. 

 

 

Hon. Desderias Orimba of Kangundo Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with initiated cases between 1,001 and 2,000. The court reduced case backlog by 94.12% from 1,428 to 84 cases. 

 

 

Machakos Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for overall best performing court in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with more than 2,000 initiated cases. The Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good”. All the judgements and rulings were delivered within 60 days from final submissions. 

 

 

Hon. Pamela Ochieng of Bomet Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of Magistrates’ Court with more than 2000 initiated Cases. The court reduced case backlog by 72.16% from 3.265 to 909 cases.

 

Hon. Diana Mochache of Shanzu Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for overall best performing court in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with caseload between 1,001 and 2,000. This Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good” and reduced the number of days spent in remand custody from 90 days to 60.  

 

 Hon. Timothy Muraguri of Webuye Magistrates Court receives the recognition award for best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with caseload between 1,001 and 2,000. The court reduced case backlog by 70.11% from 4,503 to 1,346 cases.

 

 

Nyeri Law courts is award the best performing court in case backlog reduction in the category of Magistrates’ Courts with caseload of more than 2,000. The court reduced case backlog by 77.99% from 10,097 to 2,222 cases.

 

Deputy Chief Kadhi Rashid Omar receives the recognition award for overall best performing Kadhis’ Court. The Court achieved a performance grade of “Very Good” and a case clearance rate of 116%. 

 

Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi receives the recognition award for achieving “Very Good” performance. This Office achieved most of the set targets.

 

 

High Court Registrar Judith Omange receives the recognition award for overall best performing Registry. The Registry achieved a performance grade of “Very Good”. The Registry achieved most of the set targets.

 

Performance Management Ag. Director Dr Paul Kimalu receives the recognition award for overall best performing Directorate. The Directorate achieved a performance grade of “Very Good”. The Directorate coordinated the signing of PMMUs in 227 implementing units, analyzed monthly court returns and provided caseload data for decision making.

 

Kenya Law CEO/Editor  Long'et Terer receives recognition award for achieving “Very Good” performance.  The Council was able to publish all judicial decisions received and published Quarterly Branch Bulletins.