Judges plead for more funds to handle human trafficking cases
SEE ALSO :Uganda cracks whip on human trafficking“We all agree that as a country we have several human trafficking cases. This comes with Kenya being an avenue for human trafficking. It affects the poor and the vulnerable,” said M’Inoti. The forum that was attended by 50 Kenyan judges and magistrates will run for three days. It has been organised by the Attorney General Africa Alliance Partnership. The calls for increased funding comes just days after Chief Justice David Maraga hit out at the Executive for slashing the Judiciary’s budget, which had led to the withdrawal of essential services. The Treasury slashed Judiciary’s budget by Sh3 billion last month, citing revenue deficits and need to raise funds for President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four agenda.
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