Kisumu, Mombasa, first beneficiary on Judiciary’s e-filling system roll out; CJ Martha Koome says.


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CJ Martha Koome today held a closed door meeting with the Group Chief Executive Officer of @KCBGroup Paul Russo this morning.

Their discussion, centred on, among other issues, support for delivery of the Social Transformation through Access to Justice (STAJ) vision, by having a Judiciary that is 100pc paperless.

The two institutions, Koome says, have worked closely in implementing the Judiciary’s e-filling system.

She added that the Judiciary intends to roll out the e-filing system to the rest of the country starting with Mombasa this month, followed by Kisumu during the financial year.

“We will partner in the establishment of Judiciary e-filing desks in all the Huduma Centres countrywide to cater for pro se litigants who lack access to computers and the ICT knowledge therein.” Koome said in her statement on social media post.

She further detailed that the Judiciary and KCB will seek collaboration with other justice sector players/agencies in the application of instant fines through the provision of ICT solutions as part of Corporate Social Responsibility.