An officer with disability from Moyale law courts receives a motorized wheelchair from the Directorate of Human Resource and Administration. This is in line with the Judiciary Disability Mainstreaming policy.
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Judiciary rolls out Court Annexed Mediation in Nakuru County The Judiciary has now rolled out the Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) at the Nakuru Law Courts. A Mediation team led by Justice William Musyoka has engaged various professional bodies such as the Law Society of Kenya members, Court Users Committee, County leaders, NGos and mediators in
NEWS RELEASE. FRIDAY, February 8, 2019. The National Council on Administration of Justice (NCAJ), under the leadership of the Chief Justice David Maraga, resolved to form a 12-member committee to identify challenges faced in anti-corruption matters and make recommendations on inter-agency collaboration and measures to address the challenges. The Director of Public Prosecutions will chair the committee.
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) and Judiciary leadership led by Chief Justice David Maraga held a successful meeting with the Committee on Delegated Legislation of the National Assembly under leadership of Gladys Boss Shollei. The meeting held on February 6 in Mombasa, discussed the Judiciary Fund Regulations and the Code of Conduct for Judges, Judicial
Press Statement. Naivasha, Feb 7, 2019. The National Council for the Administration of Justice met at Naivasha at its 20th sitting attended by all principle members of the Council comprising heads of justice institutions and key representatives of other state and non-State agencies who are members of the council. Recognising the mandate of the NCAJ and seized
We thank you for honouring us with your presence this afternoon. Today, the Honourable Chief Justice held a meeting with the Judiciary Leaders comprising: President of the Court of Appeal; Principal Judge of the High Court; Principal Judge of the Employment and Labour Relations Court; Presiding Judge of the Environment and Land Courts and all
Judiciary, Makindu. THURSDAY, January 31, 2019. The Judiciary is ready to handle all corruption cases expeditiously. Speaking when he officially opened a new court building at Makindu Law Courts today, Chief Justice David Maraga said the Judiciary is committed to hearing and determining G graft cases as quickly as possible. He said that those who will
kilungu Law Courts today held an Open Day to interact with public and get feedback on court services. Judge Kariuki, Senior Resident Magistrate Hon. Muiru and Kilungu Law Courts Head of Station Hon Mayamba, during the court’s Open Day. Judge Charles Kariuki and Hon. Charles Mayamba lead a procession during Kilungu Law
Chief Justice David Maraga has urged the public to embrace persons born with disabilities. He said there is need for the public to give support and treat the children with love because they did not choose to be born with disabilities. “I urge the public to treat them with love and kindness, these children did
Chief Justice David Maraga has urged newly sworn-in magistrates to serve with honesty and integrity in order to create confidence in the courts. Speaking during the swearing-in ceremony of 47 newly recruited magistrates, the Chief Justice said the magistracy is a high calling that is laden with responsibility that should be seen from the judgments