Chief Justice David Maraga really helped Isiolo County residents because they will no longer be travelling to Nyeri to track their cases before the Court of Appeal as the judges will visit to hear the matters locally.
Chief Justice David Maraga, while opening the modern Isiolo court building on Friday, announced that the judges will be provided with space at the facility to attend to matters pending before the Nyeri court.
“This will ensure residents do not incur expenses travelling to Nyeri and Nairobi for the services,” Mr Maraga said.
He added that plans were underway to establish at least one magistrate’s court in all sub-county headquarters in the country to ensure Kenyans access court services with ease. High courts will also be built in the five counties without them.
Mr Maraga, who was accompanied by Judiciary Chief Registrar Anne Amadi and Meru Presiding Judge Alfred Mabeya, also directed courts to ensure cases are finalised in as little time as possible so that justice is not delayed.
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