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Judiciary’s complaints office signs performance agreement

Ag. Chief Justice and Judiciary Ombudsman Justice Philomena Mwilu signs the Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMUs) for the Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman (OJO) before the Chair of the Administration of Justice and Court Performance Committee Court of Appeal Judge Agnes Murgor.nn ...

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DPP and IG tour Kahawa Court

The DPP Noordin Haji and Inspector General of Police Hilary Mutyambai during a courtesy call on the Kahawa Law Courts Chief Magistrate Diana Mochache. Also present were Kiambu Presiding Judge Mary Kasango, actors in the chain of justice and development partners. They discussed the court’s functionality as a counter terrorism facility that also deals with transnational organized crimes such as wildlife, human trafficking and drug trafficking.n nn ...

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Judiciary Personnel Receive Insignia for State Awards

Judiciary Personnel Receive Insignia for State AwardsnnSeven of the Judicial officers and staff who were awarded various state honors during the 2020 Jamhuri Day celebrations received their insignia from the Deputy Chief Registrar, Hon. Paul Maina, at a brief ceremony held at the Supreme Court Building on 31st March 2021.nn nnThe seven who were handed their awards are: Senior Principal Magistrate Hon. Joseph Were who was admitted as a Moran of the Order of the Burning Spear (MBS), Chief Magistrate Hon. Francis Weche Andayi, Mr. James Muriithi Kihara, and Benjamin James Kinuthia who were admitted to the Order of the Grand...

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ONLINE SUPPORT FOR THE JUDICIARY EFILING SYSTEM DURING THE SCALING DOWN OF COURT OPERATIONS TO COMBAT COVID-19 IN THE ZONED COUNTIES

Pursuant to the Directive issued by the Ag. CJ to Combat Covid-19 In the Zoned Counties of Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu & Nakuru, the Online Support for the efiling system shall be provided using the link:nncutt.ly/ox1GW0xnn...

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ICPAK Chair & Council pays courtesy call on the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary

ICPAK CHAIR & COUNCIL PAYS COURTESY CALL ON THE CHIEF REGISTRARnnThe Council of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) called on the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, Hon. Anne A. Amadi, CBS on 24th March 2021 to explore areas of cooperation between the two institutions in discharging their respective mandates. The ICPAK delegation was led by Council Chairperson FCPA Rose Mwaura and Vice Chair, FCPA George Mokua. Others were ICPAK Council Members FCPA Samuel Okello, CPA Anne Wangeci, CPA Risper Olick, FCPA Dr. Nicholas Letting and the Chief Executive Officer and Secretary to Council, CPA Edwin Makori.nn nnThe...

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Restoration of the Judiciary E-filing System

RESTORATION OF THE JUDICIARY EFILING SYSTEMnnWe are glad to inform you that the services on the e-filing platform have been restored. Users are requested to log onto the e-filing portal (https://efiling.court.go.ke) to access eservices including filing of new cases & filing of additional documents on the existing cases.nnWe apologize for the inconvenience caused as a result of the system downtime.nWe appreciate your patience, understanding and the continued support.nnJUDICIARY...

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SHANZU LAW COURTS IN PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

nnnnnnActors in the chain of justice led by Chief Magistrate Florence Macharia respond to questions from members of public during an Open Day held today at Shanzu Law Courts.n nnnThe event was held to engage members of public on court process and aims at demystifying the process & receiving feedback on the services in order to facilitate efficient & effective delivery of the same.nn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nn nnnnnnn nn nnnnnnn nn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn n...

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Four new members join the Public Private Partnerships Petition Committee

Four new members joined the former Attorney General Prof Githu Muigai  to handle petitions and complaints arising from tendering processes for public private partnerships. nnThe four Mr. Mohamed Abbey Mohamed, Ms. Janice Kotut, Ms. Eunice Lumallas and Sadick Mustapha Doufa were sworn in as members of the  Public Private Partnerships Petition Committee (PPPPC) by Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Maina at the Supreme Court in Nairobi. nnThey were appointed for a three-year term by Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury and Planning Amb. Ukur Yatani through Gazette Notice No. 1713 of 25th February 2021.nnThe Committee is established under Section 67 of the Public...

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