The National Council on Administration of Justice special Taskforce on Children Matters is today launching a report on the State of Children in the Justice System.
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Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the swearing in of chairperson and members of the National Cohesion and Integration Commission. Those sworn in were Chairperson Rev Dr Samuel Kobia and members Samuel Kona, Phillip Okundi, Peris Nyutu, Abdulaziz Ali Farah, Danvas Makori, Fatuma Tabwara and Dorcas Kedogo.
Office of Judiciary Ombudsman will conduct Public Clinics at Kisii Law Courts (Nov 18-19, 2019) & Ogembo Law Courts (Nov 21 -22, 2019), to create awareness on the office & its mandate. During the clinics, officers will engage public, receive & process complaints. #JudiciaryKE
Chief Justice David Maraga on Friday November 15, swore in members of the National Lands Commission at the Supreme Court Building. Those who were sworn in include: Chairperson Gershom Otachi Omwanwa and members James Tuitoek, Getrude Nguku, Reginald Okumu, Samwel Kambi, Hubbie Al-Haji and Alister Mutugi.
Officers from Judiciary’s complaints office engage residents and receive complaints at Bungoma Court
Officers from the Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman (OJO) engage members of public & media and receive & process complaints at Bungoma Law Courts during Public Clinics. A similar activity will be held in Kimilili on November Thursday 14 and Friday 15, 2019. #JudiciaryKE
The Judiciary led by the Chief Justice David Maraga held a public and private sector engagement forum in regards to Court Annexed Mediation and the role of Alternative dispute Resolution (ADR) in facilitating the ease of doing business. The forum brought together players in ADR sector including judges and magistrates, mediators and other partners like
The Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman (Judiciary’s complaints management mechanisms office) will conduct Public Clinics at Bungoma Law Courts (Nov 11 – 12, 2019) & Kimililii Law Courts (Nov 14 -15, 2019), starting 9 am, to create awareness on the office & its mandate. During the clinics, officers will engage the public, receive & process
The Judiciary’s Recurrent and Development Budget for the Financial Year 2019/2020 has been restored. The budget for the half year has also been uploaded in the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) as approved by the National Assembly. Authority to Incur Expenditure (AIEs) for Courts and Tribunals are being processed and they will be issued
The Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman officials engage members of public & media and receive complaints at Homabay Law Courts during Public Clinics. A similar exercise will be conducted at Ndhiwa Law Courts tomorrow Thursday, November 7 and Friday, November 8, 2019.
STATEMENT BY HON. DAVID K. MARAGA, CHIEF JUSTICE AND PRESIDENT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA, ON THE JUDICIARY BUDGET CUTS. NOVEMBER 4, 2019. Ladies and gentlemen, I have called you here today to make a statement on the developing crisis in the Judiciary concerning budget cuts. I am making this statement to correct