Kituo Cha Sheria on 2nd of March 2017 conducted a legal aid clinic in Narok town. Kituo legal Aid department officers together with Volunteer advocates in Narok on this day attended to a total of thirty eight clients who sought for legal assistance on land, labour and housing matters.
The legal aid clinic came a day after a public interest litigation caucus with volunteer advocates in Narok town. The caucus was aimed at identifying public interest cases in the region and discussing co-operation with the volunteer advocates in filing the cases.
Speaking during the public interest litigation caucus, John Mwariri, Kituo legal Officer urged the advocates to volunteer to join and support Kituo in their course of serving the poor and marginalized.
Kituo noted that more often clients from fur-flung areas of the country travel to our Nairobi offices seeking legal services. It is for this reason that Kituo seeks to revamp and energize the Volunteer Advocates’ scheme in Narok County in order to ensure better access to justice by residents of the county.
A total of ten advocates voluntarily agreed to sever the Narok county residence on legal matters. Kituo continues to engage and recruit volunteer advocates in almost all the 47 counties in Kenya to assist the organization reach its clientele from these far-flung areas.