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CJ Martha Koome says Judiciary ready to handle poll disputes

Chief Justice Martha Koome has maintained that the Judiciary is prepared to handle any disputes that may arise after the August elections.

This comes after the judiciary, in an effort to prepare for the coming general elections, completed the first session of training of judges on election disputes which began with the High Court Judges conducted for three days between February 16 and February 18, 2022.

Speaking during a consultative meeting with various Heads of Missions earlier this morning, she also said that, “the judiciary will enhance partnership in its quest to widen the doorways of justice that include entrenching Alternative Justice Systems as an additional avenue of accessing justice.”

The meeting was held following initial talks in October last year to track the progress of collaboration, agree on priority actions and deliberate on areas of mutual concern.

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