Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore (second right) and Chief Justice Willy Mutunga (centre) are shown how the Faini Chap Chap service works by court accountant Carol Ochieng’ during its launch at the Kibera Law Courts in Nairobi on September 20, 2012. Faini Chap Chap is an M-Pesa pay-bill service that will enable convicted traffic offenders pay their fines immediately. Photo/SALATON NJAU NATION MEDIA GROUPhttp://www.nation.co.ke/News/-/1056/1513208/-/xtxu4tz/-/index.html
Milestones in judicial reforms
You can now down-load important court forms on the judiciary website for free. Before this, people used to pay a fee.
Online customer care system introduced. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
or sms an enquiry to 5834.
Twitter and Facebook presence to interact with people
Office of the Ombudsman to respond to complaints.
Electronic access to case records
Recruitment of more judges
Introduction of typing bureaus to help lawyers respond to rulings
Judges and magistrates have computers and other technological gadgets
Payment of traffic offences through M-Pesa
Mobile courts (coming soon)
This idea that Kenyan leaders are doing us a favor when they concede to the national interest, has to go. - RCB ICC.supporter