Public Service Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria recently met with Chief Justice Martha Koome to discuss the integration of judicial services with government platforms and enhance service delivery.

The meeting underscored the interdependence of the three arms of government, emphasizing collaboration to address challenges such as prolonged court cases affecting service efficiency.

CS Kuria highlighted the importance of collaboration between the Executive and the Judiciary to enhance service delivery and efficiency in legal processes.

Discussions also centered on efforts to integrate judicial services with the eCitizen platform, streamlining access to justice for the public.

CJ Koome expressed enthusiasm for integrating judicial services with the eCitizen platform, aiming to enhance accessibility to justice.

The meeting also explored collaboration between the Judiciary and Huduma Centres, aiming to provide efficient services to Kenyans.

CS Kuria acknowledged the positive reception of services at pilot Huduma Centres and expressed optimism about nationwide rollout.

The integration of judicial services into Huduma Centres marks a significant milestone, aiming to provide various services including filing civil cases and general case inquiries.

The rollout of judicial services will extend to all Huduma Centres across the country, ensuring accessibility to justice nationwide.

Additionally, training for National Police Officers attached to Huduma Centres aims to enhance customer service excellence.

The introduction of the new contact center number, 1919, further enhances accessibility to Huduma services.

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