The Judicial Service Commission today held a stakehoders engagement forum on Judiciary independence and accountability since 2010 where it received views on the Commission’s and Judiciary’s operations. The various stakeholders pointed out areas of weaknesses in the system and proposed ways to improve service delivery.
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Maralal Law Courts celebrated Mr Raphael Lentaano on his retirement from the Judiciary. Mr Lentaano who was court bailiff had served the institution for 39 years. He was feted for rendering credible services.
The Judiciary is committed to fast-tracking cases in order to deliver services expeditiously. Machakos Law Courts Chief Magistrate Hon. Alfred Kibiru told inmates at the Machakos G.K prison that the court is streamlining its systems to ensure that the cases are handled in a faster and just way. Hon. Kibiru was addressing inmates at Machakos
Kisumu Employment and Labour Relations Court hosted students of Human Resource from Eldoret National polytechnic who were on an educational trip of the court. Hon Justice Mathews Nduma host HR students from Eldoret National polytechnic who were on an educational trip at the Kisumu Employment and Labour Relations Court.
Kapenguria law court staff and the Court Users Committee (CUC) benefited from the public relation management training conducted by the Judiciary’s Human Resource Directorate, Regional Office. The training was meant to improve customer relations and in turn enhance service delivery by staff. The resident Judge Ruth Sitati who organised the training explained the mandate of
It was joy at Kabarnet law courts when staff held a farewell party in honour of Mr Cyrus Kiambo, who was serving as the Court’s Executive Officer. Mr Kiambo retired on March 1, 2019, after serving the Judiciary for 39 years. “To succeed, you must understand how to live and work with others and be
Here is the Judiciary’s Solution to Case Backlog. By Anne Amadi As part of the Judiciary Transformation process for speedier and more efficient service delivery, Kenya’s Judiciary has put in place measures to effectively deal with the age-old problem of never-ending case backlogs in the courts. Among these measures include recruitment of more Judicial Officers and
Kabarnet High Court Presiding Judge Edward M.Muriithi speaks with staff on the procedure of drafting and preparation of court orders and decrees. The preparation of court orders and decrees constitute part of their day-to -day duties in the court. Justice Muriithi said the procedures are vital in the expeditious delivery of justice adding that it
Lamu Law Courts held its mobile court session at Faza in Lamu East. During the three days, the court heard various matters including those relating to forgery, drug possession and child maintenance, among others. Senior Resident Magistrate Hon Allan Temba Sitati said that the Judiciary is determined to bring justice closer to the people.
Busia Law Courts staff met to discuss ways of improving service delivery at the station on November 8, 2018. The meeting attended by judicial officers and staff deliberated on how to improve their 2018/2019 Performance Management and Measurement Understanding (PMMU). The deliberations go a long way to enhance access to justice, speedy disposal of cases as