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The Director Public Prosecution, Noordin Haji confers with Retired Judge of the United States Court of Appeals, Ann Williams during the opening ceremony of trial advocacy training at La Mada Hotel Nairobi on November 13, 2018. Photo by KNA.
The Retired Judge of the United States Court of Appeals, Ann Williams takes the participants through the icebreaker during the opening ceremony of trial advocacy training at La Mada Hotel Nairobi on November 13, 2018 where she said the training of new prosecutors was key in binding trials at the courts and guaranteeing more comprehensive cases in the courts. Photo by KNA.
The Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji addresses the participants after the opening ceremony of the trial advocacy training at La Mada Hotel, Nairobi on November 13, 2018. The training catered for 77 newly recruited legal staff, support staff and 19 serving legal staff, which seeks to improve the quality of trial advocacy. Photo by KNA.
Participants are taken through the intense programme focusing on imparting skills, knowledge and inculcating professionalism and work ethics necessary in the prosecution process at La Mada Hotel Nairobi on Tuesday November 13, 2018. Photo by KNA.

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