Category Archives: JPIP Updates

Official Opening of the Kigumo Court

The Chief Justice David Maranga officially opened the Kigumo Law Court jointly with members of the local community in Muranga County on 1st of November. The new Law Court now replaces the previous dilapidated buildings which had existed from 1917.The new building consists of three court rooms, three chambers, and registries for each division and

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DEMYSTIFYING THE COURT THROUGH RADIO PROGRAMMES

Court Users Committee (CUCs) of Lamu Law Court use the local radio station to demystify the role of the court and functions of stakeholders in the justice sector. During the “Live” radio show, members of the public get an opportunity to engage with CUC members including the Magistrates on pertinent issues affecting them at the

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KAJIADO LAW COURT CONSTRUCTION COMMENCES

The construction site for the new Kajiado High Court building was handed over to Misbah Network Limited Contractors. The new court building will cost Ksh.351million and is expected to take 18 months to complete. The new court will bring justice closer to the residents of the expansive Kajiado County. The Kajiado Law court will be

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JUDICIARY CONTINUES TO SET TARGETS

Performance evaluation and target setting exercise was conducted by several teams from the Performance Management and Measurement Steering Committee with technical support from Performance Management Directorate. Using the Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMUs) instruments, the process entailed systematic setting of performance targets and assessing achievements made against evidence of implementation. The highly consultative exercise

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KAPSABET RECEIVES COURT DESIGNS

The design for the new Kapsabet High Court was presented to Court Users Committee, Judicial Officers & Staff, other justice sector stakeholders and members of the public. Trioscape Ltd, a consultant firm, after the presentation collected views and suggestions that can be incorporated into the final design of the court. The Judiciary encourages public participation

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A SYSTEMATIC REGISTRY

In order to de-congest overcrowded registries, the Judiciary is procuring 28 shipping containers that will be refurbished for use as registries.   The fully equipped and furnished containers will   improve storage, retrieval and tracking of court files and make service delivery in the justice system more efficient and effective.  These refurbished registries will give effect to

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TAMBAYA GETS A NEW COURT

The people of Mukurwe’ini Constituency, Nyeri County will be receiving a 5 story Magistrate Court that will contribute towards improving the timeliness of Judiciary Services. The litigants and stakeholders will be able to receive quality services and enable the Judiciary to dispense justice equally to all. The new court building will have 4 court rooms,

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