National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) handed over 620 Grey Books to Judiciary for use by judicial officers. Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi received the books and presented them to various courts.
The books were printed with the support of the Judiciary Performance Improvement Project (JPIP), a World Bank-funded Project.
Kenya Law CEO Long’et Terer said the books are meant to be a quick reference for the officers adding that the Council will continue supporting the judicial officers to enable them deliver justice.
JPIP’s Communication Consultant Nicholas Simani said Kenya Law is one of the implementing units the Project is supporting in this financial year. He added that JPIP supports the Council in Component one – Increased Access to Courts and Legal Information.