Kitale Law Courts joined other participants to exhibit at the this year’s Kitale ASK Show.
Category Archives: Inside The Judiciary
The Judiciary has installed another Public Information Kiosk facility at Nakuru Law Courts to enhance service delivery at the station. The facility has an English and Swahili service and enables Judiciary clients to search dates for their cases online. This is the sixth court station to be installed with the machine. Others are Milimani Law
Wundanyi Law Courts conducts its first mobile court session at Kishushe in Wundanyi Constituency. The inaugural session was presided over by Resident Magistrate Emily Nyakundi.
Tononoka Children Court will on September 19 conduct a Court User Committee Open Day themed: Realizing the Child’s interest through Mediation, Diversion & Restorative Justice” You are invited to engage with offiers in the justice chain. Our hashtag is:#FeedbackAndDemystifyingCourtProcesses
JSC statement on persons recommended to the President for appointment as Judges of the Court of Appeal
JSC STATEMENT. NAIROBI, JULY 22, 2019 Preamble The Court of Appeal is established under Article 164 (1) of the Constitution. It has jurisdiction to hear appeals from the High Court, environment & Land Court, Employment& Labour Relations Court and any other court or tribunal as prescribed by an Act of Parliament. The Court has an
Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo is on a tour of Voi, Mombasa & Kwale Law Courts, to assess construction progress. Judiciary is commited to Improving court infrastructure countrywide to enhance access to justice. #JudiciaryConstructionProgress
The Judicial Service Commission interviewed Mbindyo Judith Nzula, Gitonga Erastus Kibiru, Asati Esther, Midikira Felix Ayuya, Sangoro Michael Odeny Ogallo and Ongarora Fred Nyagaka for the position of Environment and Land Court Judge.
Sheria Sacco now has branch offices in Kisumu. The branch offices were officially opened in a ceremony presided over by Sheria Sacco Society Vice Chairperson Lady Justice Roselyne Aburili and attended by members. Speaking at the function, Justice Aburili said the society is committed to serving its members diligently saying the society will leverage on
Nyeri law courts launched an initiative that will see suspected offenders educated on court processes. The move is meant to ease the court process for suspects who are arrested and locked in cells especially over the weekend and are arraigned in court on Monday. The initiative dubbed ‘Friends of People in Conflict with the
Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo today also presided over the swearing-in ceremony of members of the HIV and AIDS Tribunal. Those who took Oath of Office are: Chairperson Helene Namisi and members: Dorothy Jemator Kimengech, Melissa Ngania, Tusmo Jama, Justus Toroinet Somoire, Dr Mary Njeri Ndonga and Abdulahi Diriye. Acting Registrar of