To conclude, today is not just a celebration of technological advancement; it is a reaffirmation of our unwavering commitment to delivering justice for all Kenyans. These three technological tools we are launching today, embody our commitment to harnessing technology to serve justice better. They signal our dedication not only to improving the administration of justice but also to ensuring that our judiciary is accessible, responsive, and in tune with the needs of the people we serve.

I extend heartfelt congratulations to Hon. Winfridah Boyani Mokaya on her appointment as the 3rd Chief Registrar of the Judiciary. Hon. Mokaya brings to this pivotal role a wealth of skills, experience, and competencies honed over 27 years of dedicated service in various capacities. I have every confidence that her exceptional administration and management abilities will play a crucial role in advancing the realization of the aspirations that underpin the Judiciary’s strategic blueprint, ‘Social Transformation through Access to Justice (STAJ)’ which is to work towards our collective goal of establishing a justice system that is people-centric, accessible, efficient, and attuned to the needs of the Kenyan people.

WE, the heads of Superior Courts of Kenya representing the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court, the Employment and Labour Relations Court, and the Environment and Land Court, participated in the Heads of Courts’ consultative meeting in Naivasha, from 18th to 21st February, 2024.