Chief Justice Martha Koome says the judiciary relies heavily on the IEBC to conduct a free and fair election to avoid high numbers of election petitions.
Speaking during the launch of guidelines on poll justice by the director of public prosecution, CJ Koome said fair elections allows those who lost an election accept the results .
The CJ also confirmed that the judiciary will soon be unveiling some small courts that will deal with electoral malpractice adding that judicial officers have already been trained to handle them.
She also lauded the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution for its work in putting together evidence in cases.
She also challenged the director of public prosecution director Noordin Haji to ensure cases are presented to the courts in time to expedite justice to the people.
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