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Trouble In Maraga’s Camp As Covid-19 Comes Knocking

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Makadara law courts will remain closed for fourteen days after two judicial staffs tested positive for COVID-19. The judiciary suspended all activities at the law court after two of its staff tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Consequently, Chief Magistrate Ann Amadi directed all magistrates and staff to self-quarantine at home amid court closure. The premises will be disinfected on Saturday through a fumigation process.

“We direct that the court be closed for fourteen (14 days) and all Magistrates and staff to proceed on self-quarantine forthwith,” Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi said.

Meanwhile, the affected stuff will seek medication as their colleague self-quarantine at home. This decision has sparked uncertainty on how underlying court cases will proceed. With virtue, court processing’s not well established in the law court.

Advocates are now worried about the fate of their clients concerning how long the court will remain closed. How soon and effective can the virtue court proceedings start is the question many advocates ask, so that justice may be served for their clients.

Further, the Mombasa courts that had earlier been closed down after some of the staffs tested positive for coronavirus have been reopened. The decision was made after the affected staff had tested negative for the virus.

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