CRJ Anne Amadi presided over the swearing-in ceremony of members of the Sports Dispute Tribunal. Those who took Oath of Office are: Gichuru Kiplagat, Peter Anyango, Mary Kimani, Jane Onyango, Ouko Ohanya, Elynah Shiveka, and Allan Owinyi.
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Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Maina Ndemo with Registrar Magistrates Courts Peter Mulwa inspect the level of preparedness put in place at Makadara Law Courts in accordance with M.O.H regulations to facilitate up scaling of court services.
Chief Justice David Maraga held consultations with Senate Majority Leader Samuel Poghisio and Senate Majority Chief Whip, Irungu Kang’ata who paid him a courtesy call at the Supreme Court. They discussed areas of collaboration between the Judiciary and the Senate.
June, 2020. Protocols to Guide the Scaling up of Court Operations In line with the directions of the Chief Justice the courts and Tribunals will scale up operations from June 15, 2020. We reiterate our commitment to dispensing justice safely. We shall therefore continually enhance our service delivery in strict adherence to the Ministry of Health
Public Health officials present their findings of the inspection of Nairobi region courts to stakeholders at a virtual meeting chaired by the High Court Principal Judge, Lydia Achode and attended by ELRC and ELC Principal judges, Presiding Judges and Chief Magistrates. Representatives from the Law Society of Kenya, Probation, Prosecution, Police, Nairobi Remand and Prisons
Kakamega Law Courts Chief Magistrate Bildad Ochieng leads a team of court officials on an inspection tour of new Court buildings constructed in Kakamega to handle matters arising from county legislation.
Ministry of Health officials fumigate Githunguri Law Courts premises ahead of up-scaling of court operations. Court Administrator Joseph Olewe was present to oversee the exercise.
Mwingi Law Courts team led by Principal Magistrate M. Onkoba, Hon I. G. Ruhu, Monica Wanjohi and Wambugu Kanyungu with County Health officials mark the court premises for up-scaling of court operations.
Kehancha Law Courts Principal Magistrate Linus Mesa (L) examines the Case Tracking System with Judith Alambo (C) and Court Administrator Enock Chiboli (R). The Case Tracking System is registry automation system that tracks the life cycle of case, indicates the status of a case, generates the Causelist, keeps an e-diary and generates reports. The Court,
The Court registered 20 criminal cases, 4 traffic cases, 1 criminal miscellaneous application, and also handled 7 mentions.