The commissioner of Mundri West Zilipher Dawa called on citizens to register their cases at the mobile court which was launched on Monday in the county.
Commissioner Zilipher appealed to citizen to use this opportunity and register any case with the mobile court team for justice to prevail.
“Today we come here for the official launch of the mobile court so that work can start, I’m calling on the community if you have any cases that have not been tried come out or if you have been denied your right here is the time and let no one fear because its right time for justice to prevail. Sometimes I receive complain that the C Court is not handling cases fairly, today its official court because the judges are here to do the right thing.” Zilipher Dawa said.
The commissioner reassures the community members not to be afraid of anyone in their quest to seek justice because the mobile court team will ensure justice prevails.
Meanwhile the head of the judges, Andrew Joshua said they are going to be in Mundri for one month to look at all the backlog cases.
He called for cooperation from the community members for smooth running of the process.
“We the team of Mobile court arrived here on March 29th,2022, composed of three judges, three prosecutors and three advocates to look at the backlog cases as our mandate. We are appealing for cooperation from all the people including, police, prison and all the organized forces because we are going to be here just for one month. Those whose witnesses are outside Mundri should inform them to come because we have file of cases since 2015 that is injustice in self.” said Andrew.
Judge Andrew also called on people who have cases, to register with the court since they have limited time in the area.
The mobile court will investigate cases which were not resolved since 2015.
The launch of the Mobile court session was supported by United Nation Development Program (UNDP) and authority of Mundri West County in Western Equatoria State.