Mbarara High Court Raises Awareness on Fast-Tracking Court Cases


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Mbarara High Court in Western Uganda is taking steps to educate court users on how to expedite their legal proceedings. The court held a sensitization program on November 13, 2023, led by Halimah Kaggwa, the Senior Communications Officer at the Communications and Public Relations Registry.

According to Kaggwa, the objective of the sensitization campaign is to highlight the mechanisms and innovations implemented for enhanced justice delivery at Mbarara High Court. It also serves as an opportunity for court users to provide feedback and suggestions.

During the event, Zulaika Nanteza, the Deputy Registrar of Mbarara High Court, informed complainants about the measures they can take to speed up their court cases. She explained the procedures for resolving complaints and emphasized the importance of fostering positive communication between the court and its users.

The sensitization campaign involved the participation of Chief Magistrates Andrew Kabombo and Agnes Shelagh Nantaawo, along with Assistant Registrar Rania Naluyima. Together, they aimed to empower court users and promote a more efficient legal process.

Mbarara High Court’s efforts to educate court users on fast-tracking their cases demonstrate a commitment to improving the overall justice system. By providing information and encouraging open dialogue, the court aims to streamline proceedings and ensure a fair and timely resolution for all parties involved.

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