The Judiciary is in the process of licensing qualified Court Process Servers. The five day process started on Monday 11, 2018, with about 500 applicants expected to be interviewed.
The Process Servers Committee Chairperson, Justice Anne Ong’ínjo who is spearheading the exercise has guaranteed that the interviews will be managed efficiently and with utmost transparency.
Successful Process Servers will be licensed to serve both in the Judiciary, Government agencies and private law firms.
A court process server is tasked with finding parties involved in a case and serving them with court orders.