Ruto Shows Up For The Yearly Report On The State Of The Judiciary

President William Ruto arrived at the annual status of the judiciary report . He arrived with Chief Justice Martha Koome of the Supreme Court. At the function, which is taking place at the supreme court buildings, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua had come earlier.

Other notable attendees include the deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu, the speaker of the national assembly Moses Wetang’ula, the governor of Nairobi Johnson Sakaja, and the attorney general Justin Muturi. Governor Patrick Njoroge of the Central Bank of Kenya and Director Amin Mohamed of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations were also present.

The Report is a crucial document for the judiciary because it addresses issues of accountability, serves as a channel of communication with the general public, improves the delivery of justice in the nation, and enables the judiciary to show how it has carried out its duties in accordance with the constitution. In her statements of welcome, Chief Registrar of Judiciary Anne Amadi thanked the house speakers for providing them with the means to carry out their job.

“The judicial fund was operationalized on July 1, 2022, granting it financial independence. worth recognizing, “She spoke.

Amadi stated that the accomplishments listed in the report represent a team effort. Thankful to all partners for providing technical assistance and filling in any financial shortfalls we may have had in the past, she said.


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