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Women judges hold moot court to celebrate 60 days of activism against rape

International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ - Kenya Chapter) held a moot court at Milimani Law Courts to celebrate 60 days of activism against rape. The moot court, depicting a rape case, was acted by real players in the court room and brought together , judicial officers, UN women, prisons department, police department and FIDA among others. The event graced by Strathmore University and Mount Kenya University law students was aimed at creating awareness on the legal literacy involving sexual offences.nn nn ...

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Drug exhibits destroyed in Lamu after conclusion of case

Lamu Law Courts Principal Magistrate Hon Allan Temba (in suit) flanked by members of the Lamu Court CUC destroy heroin and bhang exhibits worth Ksh 680,000 earlier today. Drugs are a big menace in the region.nn“Before destruction, every file is called out and verified to ensure accountability. Our court practice is not to store drugs for too long. Once the cases are concluded, the drugs are destroyed promptly to reduce the risk of finding their way back,”  Principal Magistrate Allan Temba said. nn nn ...

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International Society for Krishna Consciousness donates holy books for oathing

International Society for Krishna Consciousness (HARE KRISHNA TEMPLE) team led by lawyer Paurvi Rawal (C) presents 50 copies of the Bhagavad Gita to the Deputy Registrar at the Office of the Registrar, High Court in Nairobi, Hon Jane Ocharo (2nd R). The holy books were donated for use by the courts during administration of Oath to litigants of Hindu faith.nn nn ...

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Performance measurement for Rent Restriction Tribunal

On going performance evaluation. Lady justice Mutende, Presiding Judge- Kitui High Court handing over a signed Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMU) to Hilary Korir of the Rent Restriction Tribunal. Looking on is Director, Planning and Organizational Performance Dr Paul Kimalu, the Tribunal’s Secretary Irene Mithia and  Janet Owiti, Dan Ogutu, Elijah Atemba, Emmah Wanyutu, Mary Kinyunye, Eddy Cherop and Antony Omondi from the Tribunalnn nnnn nn nn ...

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