The High Commissioner of India to Kenya, Her Excellency Namgya Khampa, and Chief Justice Martha Koome met on Friday at the Nairobi High Court.
She has stated that they met with the goal of discussing a number of topics, including ways Kenya could improve her judicial cooperation with India.
The meeting took place just before she administered the oath of office to the members of the special tribunal that will look into the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners.
After being scheduled by His Excellency the Head of State President William Ruto, the swearing will take place at the Supreme Court of Kenya.
In my office this afternoon, I had a meeting with H.E. Namgya Khampa, the High Commissioner of India to Kenya, to talk about enhancing judicial cooperation. Judge Martha Koome, chief.
Because both countries' legal systems are based on common law, there has been a free exchange of legal information that has facilitated the emergence of a shared jurisprudence, and Indian-authored legal publications are frequently cited and used in our jurisdiction, according to the Chief Justice's message following the top meeting.
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