The Chief Justice Martha Koome has made a major appointment of several magistrates 91 in number to the land and environment courts. The magistrates will be sworn in before they assume their new roles. This is to ensure timely conclusion of cases at the courts.
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The Chief Justice Martha Koome has focused more on ensuring the backlog of cases in courts are fully concluded. It's evident that several cases have remained active in courts for the longest time and it's because of shortage of judges and magistrates.
The Chief Justice Martha Koome has been proactive in matters removing the backlog of cases at the lower courts. It's clear as they aways say, justice delayed is justice denied.
The Chief Justice Martha Koome is expected to do massive changes in the Judiciary more so in building courts where this judges and magistrates will operate from. As always, let's wait and see of what happens finally for truly we live in interesting political times.
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