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Martha Koome Visits Rigathi Gachagua Home Town In Karatina, She Promises To Do The Following

The Judiciary arm of government is currently on a journey to transform it's infrastructure across the country. The court buildings have never been improved since Kenya gained independence and thus have become too small to be used for proceedings.

The chief justice of Kenya Martha Koome has visited Karatina law courts to check on the progress of proposed law courts. She was keen to note that the major problem was lack of land to construct a new facility to serve the people of Nyeri. She however found a solution as land has already been donated to construct the offices by the members of public in a place known as Karindundu.

This will go a long way in ensuring ease in service delivery as the courts have been brought closer to people. The Judiciary is now set to begin sorting the backlog of cases that have stayed for years without solutions. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.

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Judiciary Karatina Kenya Martha Koome Rigathi Gachagua


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