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New members of two Commissions take oath at Supreme Court

JUDICIARY, Nairobi, Monday, May 4, 2020. New members of two Commissions take oath at Supreme Court. MONDAY, May 4, 2020nChief Justice David Maraga today at the Supreme Court presided over the swearing-in ceremony of the members of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) and the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).nThe CJ called on those sworn in to be true to the oath and uphold the integrity of two commissions. He said that there is no doubt that the commissions perform very important roles in the country.nHe noted that for a long time, public salaries and remuneration were not given proper attention...

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EU and UNODC meet with Judiciary Officials on COVID19

Judiciary led by CRJ Anne Amadi and High Court Principal Judge Lydia Achode met with EU Ambassador to Kenya, Simon Mordue and the UNODC Regional Rep Dr Amado Philip de Andres at Milimani Law Courts to discuss Judiciary‚Äôs response to COVID-19 pandemic. The representatives also toured the court facility to witness dispensation of justice through virtual platforms. The organizations donated IEC materials on prevention of COVID-19 for distribution to courts countrywide. nn nn ...

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CRJ Amadi visits Milimani Court premises

The Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi  visited Milimani Law Courts premises to assess how the Courts are using various electronic platforms that have kept Court operations open since outbreak of COVID -19. nnFurther, the  CRJ was briefed by the Ministry of Health officials that are undertaking countrywide assessment of all court facilities. The team is expected to advise the Judiciary on preventive measures during court operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  nn nn ...

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Kitale Court holds meeting with Public Health Officers from Trans Nzoia County on sanitation

Kitale High Court Judge Hilary Chemitei held a meeting with Trans Nzoia Public Health Officers who assessed the court premises. The officials were expected to advise on how best the station can offer services during the Covid - 19 pandemic. Head of Station Hon Julius Ngarngar and Deputy Registrar Hon. Mercyline Lubia also attended.nn nn ...

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Ministry of Health Officials inspect Milimani Courts ahead of proposed court services upscaling

Ministry of Health Officials today inspected Milimani Law Courts and Milimani Commercial Courts premises in order to advise Judiciary on infection prevention and control measures to be observed in courts, registries and waiting bays ahead of the proposed upscaling of court services. nn ...

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Magistrate meets prison officials and inmates on best way to scale up court operations

Mombasa Chief Magistrate Ednar Nyaloti held a session with officers and inmates at Shimo La Tewa Prison on the best way to upscale hearings while adhering to the Ministry of Health COVID19 directives.nIt was agreed that Courts will continue hearings using video link, review of bond terms. Those inmates coming from police stations will be quarantined at Manyani prison before being admitted at Shimo La Tewa Prison. Some hearings will be done within the prison in the open. Matters for review of sentence will be referred to the High Court.nn nn...

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