Deputy Chief Justice says Judiciary to deliver justices in a transparent manner
The Deputy Cchief Justice, Philomena Mbete Mwilu, during an inauguration ceremony of Makueni High court at Makueni County Headquarters urged all political players seeking different elective posts to conduct themselves within the law in the coming General Election saying that the Judiciary is committed in delivering justice in a transparent manner to the common man.
“We have one Kenya, please preserve it for us. Please preserve it for our children. Let all relevant organs give us free, fair, peaceful and credible elections,” Ms Mwilu said.
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Mwilu said delivering justice in a fast and transparent manner is one of Judiciary’s agenda presented to Kenyans on January 26, 2017 by the chief Justice when he launched the blueprint for developing an agile institution for a modernized and responsive Judiciary that will deliver quality service and justice to all Kenyans.
Makueni Law Courts, which was gazetted on January 9 this year by the Chief Justice, David Maraga, has now been elevated to a High Court and will now have two Judges; one for High Court and another for Environment and Land.
This is in line with the pledge by the Chief Justice to establish High Courts in all the 47 counties by 2018.
Written by Ronald Kibet