Judiciary transfers 27 registrars, magistrates


The Judiciary has carried out transfers and deployments of 27 judicial officers in a bid to enhance effective delivery of justice in the country. According to a press release from the Judiciary dated July 7, the transferred officials are at the ranks of deputy registrars, assistant registrars and magistrates of both Grade One and Two.

Chief Registrar Paul Gadenya, who heads all the registrars and magistrates in the country, said all the affected judicial officers should report to their new stations on August 4 to begin work.

Mr Gadenya directed that in the meantime, the affected judicial officers should finalise all pending work at their desks before relocating on August 4.

Among the new deployments is Mr Richard Mafabi who had been interdicted and out of service for the last nine years over disciplinary measures by the Judicial Service Commission. He bounces back as Chief Magistrate for Makindye Court.

Mr Mafabi will replace Ms Esta Nambayo who goes to High Court Land Division as Acting Assistant Registrar.


SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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