The Chief Justice David Maraga has transferred five Judges of the high court in a bid to revamp service delivery.
The Judges reshuffled in the changes by Maraga include;
1. Justice Chacha Mwita
Mwita was previously at the Constitutional and Human Rights division of the High Court in Nairobi. He has been moved to Kajiado where he will be the Presiding Judge at the Kajiado High Court.
2. Lady Justice Wilfrida Okwany
Okwany was formerly at the Constitutional and Human Rights division of the High Court. She has since been moved to the Commercial and Tax division at the Judiciary.
3.Justice James Aaron Makau
Makay has been at the Commercial and Tax division. He now assumes leadership at the Constitutional and Human Rights division, replacing Lady Justice Okwany.
4.Justice Weldon Korir
Justice Korir was formerly at the Malindi High Court where he has been serving as the Presiding Judge. He has been moved to the Constitutional and Human Rights division of the Judiciary.
5. Justice Reuben Nyakundi
Nyakundi has been the presiding Judge at the Kajiado High Court. He will now take over from Justice Weldon Korir at the Malindi High Court.
The reshuffles come at a time the war on graft has continued to take shape in the country with the Chief Justice trying to grow public trust on the Kenyan Judicial system.
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