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CJ Torkornoo Engages External Stakeholders on Kenya Judiciary Experience

The Chief Justice of Ghana, Justice Gertrude Sackey Torkornoo has met with selected stakeholder institutions to share with them the digitalization agenda of the Judicial Service, as it seeks to go full automation at every level of the court system.

                         The Institutions represented were; the Ghana Chamber of Commerce, Association of Bankers, the Ghana Prisons Service,
                         the Legal Aid Commission, the Ghana Bar Association, Auctioneers Association of Ghana, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of
                         Communications and Digitalization, Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice and the Association of Ghana Industries.


                                President, Association of Bankers; Mr. John Kofi Adomako, making a contribution

                        The engagement with the stakeholders was to share with them the experience from Kenya, as well as the Judicial Service’s own
                        agenda on Automation and also to get their buy-in, as key role players in the justice delivery chain.



                                 Chief Justice G. Sackey Torkornoo addressing stakeholders at the meeting

                           Brief Background

                        In November 2023, a ten member delegation from the Judicial Service of Ghana and the Ministry of Trade and Industry
                        embarked on a seven-day study visit to the Judiciary of Kenya. This forms part of the Business Regulatory Reform (BRR)
                       Programme of the Ministry of Trade and Industry with funding from the World Bank. Under this Programme, the Judicial
                       Service has received funding support to pilot the implementation of an end-to-end digitalized system in six (6) District
                       Courts in the country. The selected courts are; Adenta District Court ‘A’ and ‘B’, Tema TDC Court, Gbese Court formerly
                       Adjabeng District Court and Koforidua District Court ‘A’ and ‘B’.

                       The objective of the study tour was to gain a first-hand knowledge of the technology systems, infrastructure and legal
                       process underpinning the Kenyan Digitalization agenda and how same has been sustained, as well as how the rules of court
                       and legislation are aligned with the rapid changes arising out of the use of technology.

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