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Othaya Court holds Open Day

Open Day held at Othaya Law Courts as part of  Judiciary's public engagement. The Judiciary is committed to enhancing the access to justice through public awareness and education. The open day brought together different actors in the justice system who discussed succession matters, criminal matters, trial process, children matters among other legal issues like mediation and other alternative justice system under the provisions of Article 159 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.nn nn ...

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Bungoma Law Courts exhibit at ASK show at Sang’alo

Bungoma Law Courts is part of exhibitors at this year’s ASK show being held at Sang’alo in Bungoma County. nn nn nnBungoma Law Courts Deputy Registrar Elias Mwenda leads Judiciary staff in engaging the ASK Show judges and members of the public during the Bungoma ASK Show at Sanga'lo in Bungoma County...

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Kitale Court recognised for promoting National Cohesion & Integration Development

Kitale Law Courts  won a trophy for emerging the best Stand that Promote National Cohesion & Integration Development, in this year’s Kitale ASK show. Hon Maurine Kesse received the award from chief guest  Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri, on behalf of the court. nn nn ...

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Garissa Court in friendly matches to promote cohesion

Garissa Law Courts has embarked on friendly football matches with local and government departments teams in Garissa in an effort to promote peaceful coexistence in the County. nnThe football matches initiative is themed: “Promoting Cohesion and Peaceful Coexistence”.  The matches are sponsored by the Kenya Judicial Staff Association (KJSA) North-Eastern region, Mr. Mohamed Farah “Aboo” Leader of Minority, Garissa County Assembly and Haret Mohamed (Senior Hariff). nnThe program will run every Wednesday until the end of the year.nnThe initiative promotes the culture of teamwork and wellness among members of staff. nnFurther, it improves interaction with the local community and hence their perspective on...

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