Court to fast-track cases
The Judiciary is committed to fast-tracking cases in order to deliver services expeditiously.
Machakos Law Courts Chief Magistrate Hon. Alfred Kibiru told inmates at the Machakos G.K prison that the court is streamlining its systems to ensure that the cases are handled in a faster and just way.
Hon. Kibiru was addressing inmates at Machakos G.K Prisons when he led a team of Court User Committee members and staff during a visit of the facility.
Some of the CUC members who accompanied the Chief Magistrate were the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Machakos branch chairman Justus Mutia and Machakos County Children Officer Ms Emily Kimanzi.
During the visit, the team donated 800 mattresses to the inmates to promote the ‘Adopt a Mattresses Initiative’. The inmates commended judicial officers for giving reasonable bond terms and fast-tracking there cases.
Article by David Mwaura, Staff, Machakos Law Court
Judicial Officers and CUC members at Machakos G.K Prison during a visit of the facility.
(R-L) LSK chairman Justus Mutia, Senior Resident Magistrate Hon. Yusuf Shikanda, Chief Magistrate Hon. Alfred Kibiru, Senior Resident Magistrate Hon. Irene Kahuya, Senior Principal Magistrate Hon. Caroline Ocharo, Senior Resident Magistrate Hon. Catherine Kisiangani, County Children Officer Emily Kimanzi and Advocate Levi Nagwere .
Chief Magistrate Hon. Alfred Kibiru presents mattresses to inmates at Machakos G.K Prison.