Category Archives: Inside The Judiciary

HIV and AIDS Tribunal chairperson and members sworn in

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

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Members of Competition Tribunal sworn in

Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo today presided over the swearing-in ceremony of members of the Competition Tribunal. Those who took Oath of Office are: Destaings Nyenyi Nyongesa, Kimani Muhoro, Valentine Mwende and Becky Mogire. Acting Registrar of the Tribunals Anne Asugah administered the oaths. The four were appointment by the Cabinet Secretary

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IMPACT OF JUDICIARY BUDGET CUT

IMPACT OF JUDICIARY BUDGET CUT. By Shikhutuli Namusyule and Lilian Mueni The Constitution of Kenya 2010 gave the impetus to reform and restructuring of the country’s justice sector. This was aimed at ensuring that the Judiciary plays a key role in advancing and stabilising our democracy.   Besides the Constitutional imperative to deliver efficient service, the

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Know Your Tribunal

The HIV and AIDS Tribunal was created through an Act of Parliament, “The HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Act of 2006 (HAPCA),” to reduce stigma and discrimination, enhance access to justice for People Living with and Affected by HIV in a judicially transformative environment. Its main role is to adjudicate disputes arising out of

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Did You Know?

That the Supreme Court Building was designed by Sir Herbert John Baker in 1929 who also designed the City Hall and Nairobi School? That the  Supreme Court foundation stone was laid by Sir Edward Grigg, Governor of Kenya Colony on July 7, 1930? That after independence, the Provincial Headquarters and the Inland Revenue Office housed

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