Chief Justice David Maraga has promised to ensure that the ongoing construction of premium courtrooms in many parts of the country is matched by a corresponding improvement in service delivery. Speaking while laying the foundation stone for the Ol Kalou Law Courts in Nyandarua, CJ Maraga said: “We are emphasising the need to increase efficiency
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The Judiciary participated in this year’s Nairobi International Trade Fair held at Jumhuri Grounds, Nairobi. d
Chief Justice David Maraga and Judiciary leadership with John Maxwell an American Author (3rd left) who paid a courtesy call on the Chief Justice. They discussed areas of collaboration in promotion of morals and values in institutions.
Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the swearing in of the Chairperson and eight members of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission.
The Judiciary joined other exhibitors at this years Bungoma ASK Show to interact and showcase its services to the public. The Shows provide an opportunity for the public to interact with judicial officers and staff as well as learn more about services offered by the Judiciary.
Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the swearing in of Hon Paul Ndemo as the Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary. Mr Ndemo was competitively recruited by the JSC. He Joins the Judiciary from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution where he was a Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecution. The CJ welcomed
Judiciary to clear over 5,000 old cases The Judiciary has embarked on hearing and determining court cases that are older than five years in the court system in a move that will see over 5,000 cases cleared in a period of one month, countrywide. The service week exercise targets 5, 187 matters, which include civil,
About 15 tribunals joined other exhibitors to showcase their services at this year’s Mombasa International Show. This is the first time the tribunals are jointly exhibiting at the Show.
Chief Justice David Maraga presides over the swearing-in of three Commissioners of the National Gender Equality Commission (NGEC).
Judiciary to deal with corruption cases in accordance with the law MONDAY, August 20, 2018 Judiciary is committed to ensuring that all the Anti-corruption and Economic Crimes cases brought before courts are dealt with impartially, expeditiously and in accordance with the law and the evidence presented. Chief Justice David Maraga said that this is the