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Public participates in Judiciary and JSC budget processes

Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi led the JSC and Judiciary to receive views from stakeholders during public hearings on the institutions’ budget proposals for the FY 2022 - 2023. The proceedings held at Milimani also saw other stakeholders join the sessions virtually. n n n nn ...

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON THE JUDICIARY BUDGET PREPARATION FOR THE FY 2022/23 AND THE MEDIUM-TERM PERIOD (2022/23- 2024/25)

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON THE JUDICIARY BUDGET PREPARATION FOR THE FY 2022/23 AND THE MEDIUM-TERM PERIOD (2022/23- 2024/25)nnThe Judiciary is finalizing preparation of the FY 2022/23 and Medium-Term Budget Proposal. In observance of the requirement for public participation in all financial matters under Article 201 (a) of the Constitution of Kenya and Section 37 (5) (a) of the Public Finance Management (PFM) Act 2012, the Judiciary has organized a public hearing forum on Friday, 15th October, 2021 starting at 9.00 A.M.nn nnA copy of the Judiciary’s Budget Proposal for the FY 2022/23 and Medium Term is available and may be downloaded from...

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Judge Abda Aroni calls for an end to cultural malpractices against the girl child at the northern Kenya

Garissa High Court Judge Lady Justice Abda Ali Aroni has called for an end to cultural malpractices against the girl child that are rampant in Northern Kenya.nShe said vices such as early marriages, defilement, FGM and disparity in the girl child education still existed despite frantic efforts by the Government and civil society groups to curb the retrogressive culture.nSpeaking during this year’s International day of the girl child celebrations held at Masalani town in Ijara Sub County where she was the chief guest, Justice Aroni urged the locals to heed the presidential directives to end FGM by 2022.nThe Judge said...

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON THE JUDICIARY BUDGET PREPARATION FOR THE FY 2022/23 AND THE MEDIUM-TERM PERIOD (2022/23- 2024/25)

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON THE JUDICIARY BUDGET PREPARATION FOR THE FY 2022/23 AND THE MEDIUM-TERM PERIOD (2022/23- 2024/25)nnThe Judiciary is finalizing preparation of the FY 2022/23 and Medium-Term Budget Proposal. In observance of the requirement for public participation in all financial matters under Article 201 (a) of the Constitution of Kenya and Section 37 (5) (a) of the Public Finance Management (PFM) Act 2012, the Judiciary has organized a public hearing forum on Friday, 15th October, 2021 starting at 9.00 A.M.nn nnA copy of the Judiciary’s Budget Proposal for the FY 2022/23 and Medium Term is available and may be downloaded from...

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JUDICIARY UPSCALES GRAFT FIGHT, TRANSBOUNDARY CRIME WITH RENEWED AGA-AFRICA TRAINING PACT

JUDICIARY UPSCALES GRAFT FIGHT, TRANSBOUNDARY CRIME WITH RENEWED AGA-AFRICA TRAINING PACTnnMOMBASA, Kenya, Oct12 - The Judiciary of Kenya has entered into a fresh capacity building partnership with the Attorney General Alliance (AGA) Africa, after signing an extended MoU.nnThe signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by the Director of JTI, Supreme Court Judge Smokin Wanjala, and AGA-Africa Board member Markus Green was witnessed by Kenya’s Chief Justice Martha Koome in Mombasa on Tuesday.nn nn“The renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding between JTI and AGA-Africa is coming at an opportune time when we are embarking on revamping our judicial education and training. It...

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Judge Mbogholi honoured by High Court

Milimani High Court Civil Division jointly with its Bar Bench Committee held a luncheon in honour of Justice Mbogholi Msagha following his elevation to the Court of Appeal. High Court Principal Judge Lydia Achode led other judges, judicial officers and staff as well as representatives from the legal fraternity to celebrate Judge Mbogholi who has served as High Court Judge since 1987. Speakers at the event commended him for his hardwork and humility. Some of the guests present at the luncheon included Chair, SC Bar Association Dr. Fred Ojiambo, LSK Vice President Carolyne Kamende and ICJ Chair, Nairobi Chapter Kelvin...

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CJ officially opens Child Justice Summit

Chief Justice Martha Koome on Thursday October 7, 2021 officially opened the Child Justice Summit at the Strathmore University. The summit seeks to sensitise law students from all universities in the country on child justice issues aimed at increasing the number of advocates interested in children matters.nA notable output shall be the ‘Wakili Wa Watoto’ clubs which shall be established in all Law Schools to continue the conversation on child justice issues.n ...

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CJ Koome engages with partners on priority programmes for ?Judiciary

CJ Koome engages with partners on priority programmes for ?Judiciary Chief Justice Martha Koome held a consultative meeting with ?Development Partners Group and Heads of Missions to engage on priority ?programmes for the Judiciary.? The meeting discussed, among other items, financial mechanisms to ?support the independence and integrity of the Judiciary, the digitisation ?agenda of the Judiciary, infrastructural expansion and avenues to ?facilitate access to justice.? The Chief Justice said the Judiciary seeks to ensure accessibility to courts ?by having a Magistrates’ Court station in every sub-county and a High ?Court and Court of Equal Status in every county. This is geared towards...

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CJ Koome engages with partners on priority programmes for ?Judiciary

CJ Koome engages with partners on priority programmes for ?Judiciary Chief Justice Martha Koome held a consultative meeting with ?Development Partners Group and Heads of Missions to engage on priority ?programmes for the Judiciary.? The meeting discussed, among other items, financial mechanisms to ?support the independence and integrity of the Judiciary, the digitisation ?agenda of the Judiciary, infrastructural expansion and avenues to ?facilitate access to justice.? The Chief Justice said the Judiciary seeks to ensure accessibility to courts ?by having a Magistrates’ Court station in every sub-county and a High ?Court and Court of Equal Status in every county. This is geared towards...

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