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JUST IN: What The Judiciary Has Just Announced to Kenyans Regarding What CJ Koome Will Do Tomorrow

Chief Justice Martha Koome of the Supreme Court of Kenya has been at the forefront of judicial reforms since she took over from her predecessor, David Maraga. The Supreme Court of Kenya has announced that CJ Koome will preside over the Admission of Advocates and launch a new Advocates e-Practising Certificates System. This announcement was made through the judiciary's official Twitter account, and the event will be streamed live on the Kenya Judiciary Facebook page from 8:30 am on March 2.

The new Advocates e-Practising Certificates System is a significant development that will modernize the legal profession in Kenya. It will simplify the process of issuing practising certificates to advocates and make it easier for them to access their certificates online. This move will not only streamline the issuance process but will also reduce cases of fake certificates, which have been a persistent problem in the legal profession.

The Admission of Advocates is a critical process in the legal profession that enables new lawyers to join the bar and start practising. CJ Koome's participation in this event underscores her commitment to promoting transparency and accountability in the legal profession. The live stream of the event will make it possible for more people to witness this important event and appreciate the progress made by the judiciary in promoting access to justice in Kenya.

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