Deputy CRJ Paul Maina presided over the swearing in of Dickson Waweru as Chairperson of the Transport Licensing Appeals Board, at the Supreme Court. The DCRJ promised Judiciary’s full support to the board.
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The Judiciary has a financial resource gap of Ksh 23.6 billion which translates into 63% of the total resource requirement for the Financial Year 2020/21. Speaking during a public hearing for the presentation of the budget proposals for the FY 2020/21 and the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development
The Judiciary has for the first time held public hearings regarding the Judiciary’s budgeting process. In the past, the Judiciary’s resource allocation process was done through a bidding process under the Governance Law and Order Sector (GJLOS).
February 7, 2020. PRESS RELEASE Correction of a news alert circulating in the media titled “SUPREME COURT DECLINES TO STOP VETTING OF NAIROBI DEPUTY GOVERNOR” On January 6, 2020, the Judiciary issued a correction of a story in the media purporting that the Nairobi County Government is awaiting an advisory from the Supreme Court regarding the
The Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP) has embarked on a documentation mission to establish facility needs in various court stations, countrywide. A team from the project visited Bomet, Kisumu, Webuye, Kitale, Eldoret, Kabarnet and Meru Law Courts to find out the extent to which the refurbished containers will assist in creating efficiency and easing the
Judicial officers and staff led by the Chief Justice David Maraga joined family, friends and other mourners to lay to rest retired Judge of Appeal Daniel Aganyanya. The late Rtd Judge, beloved husband to Justice Roselyn Nambuye, was interred at his rural home in Kisasi village in Vihiga County. The late Judge who retired from
The new Court Customer Service Centre Site at the Milimani Law Courts was handed over today. The handover formality was officiated by the Civil Division Presiding Judge, Msagha Mbogholi. Others present were the Registrar of the High Court, Judy Omange and Director of Building Services, Architect John Okello among others The Court Customer Service Centre
Chief Justice David Maraga presented the State of the Judiciary and Administration of Justice Report for the Financial Year 2018/2019 at the Supreme Court. The ceremony was graced by HE President Uhuru Kenyatta, stakeholders in the justice system, judges, magistrates and Judiciary staff.
Chief Justice David Maraga on Thursday January 23, 2020 officially released the State of the Judiciary and Administration of Justice Report (SOJAR) 2018-2019 in a ceremony that was attended by His Excellency, President Uhuru Kenyatta, at the Supreme Court. The report takes stock of the Judiciary’s milestones in the year 2018/19 and discusses the challenges in delivering on
Chief Justice David Maraga has presided over the swearing-in ceremony of Ms Desma Nungo, Chairperson Political Parties Disputes Tribunal, and Mr Morris Ohaga, Chairperson, Sports Disputes Tribunal. The CJ assured the two Chairs that the Judiciary will offer support to the tribunals to enable them discharge their mandate effectively.