Over 88% of the backlog of cases in the Judiciary have been cleared as the judiciary seeks to enhance service delivery to Kenyans.
Speaking in Kisumu, acting Chief Justice Phelomena Mwilu said the Judiciary will continue to digitize its systems across the Country to ensure timely services to Kenyans of all walks of life.
Mwilu said the cases that have been cleared date back to 5 years ago.
She said all this has been made possible due to the digitization of the Judiciary systems across the Country adding that cases are now being concluded within the acceptable timelines.
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Mwilu said they will continue to improve the system infrastructure in the Judiciary to enhance access to services.
She spoke during the 8th Heads of Stations Forum at Grand Royal Swiss Hotel in Kisumu where she was accompanied by Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi, Deputy Chief Registrar Paul Maina, Registrar Magistrates Court Peter Mulwa and JSC Registrar Winfrida Mokaya.
Mwilu urged the head of stations to offer leadership to their juniors saying, “As heads of stations, you must mentor those who are weaker and lower, do not endeavour to be the only one standing.”
“At the Judiciary, our weakest link is the failure to supervise, I have myself refused to remain in the position. I must supervise those am required to supervise and so should you.” She said.
CRJ Anne Amadi on the other hand lauded the team for their commitment in service delivery saying, “This is an opportunity to learn, identify and share experiences between the Judiciary leadership and heads of stations. We all look forward to working with you to ensure service is delivered at the station level.”
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