Construction of Sh445m Mombasa Law Courts set to begin
4 hours ago, by Arangi P. Arangi
The old Mombasa Law Courts. [Photo/ the-star.co.ke]
The construction of the new Sh445 million Mombasa Law Courts is set to begin soon.
The contract of the four-storey building, which will be named Justice Tower, has been given to Bashash contractors.
This is after the National Lands Commission (NLC) and the Ministry of Lands returned to the Judiciary a 1
.477 hectare plot, which had allegedly been grabbed by a prominent businessman in Mombasa.
The project, which is funded by the World Bank, stalled for close to six years following the dispute on the land.
Speaking on Monday, Mombasa Chief Magistrate Evans Makori said the contractor has started working, adding that the project will be complete in 18 months.
Upon completion, the project will comprise of divisions for the lower courts and High courts.
Makori confirmed that Chief Justice David Maraga will be the chief guest during the groundbreaking ceremony.
“The Chief Justice will soon be visiting us to do the ground-breaking. Once completed, Justice Tower will have more technology based courts that will be delivering justice through Information Communication Technology (ICT),” said Makori, as quoted by the Nation.
Currently, the lower courts and High courts are scattered across Mombasa.
I JUST WONDER HOW COMPETENT BASHASH IS AND WHAT PRODUCT THEY SHALL COME OUT WITH!
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