Mwilu Off the hook as magistrates upholds High Court’s order

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Anti-Corruption Court chief magistrate Lawrence Mugambi today formally stopped the trial of Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu.

The magistrate said he had perused the amended order and is satisfied that it relates to the case before the court.

He said the proceedings will rest at the point they had reached and that the status quo of all matters relating to the case should be maintained.

The magistrate directed the case to be mentioned on October 22, two weeks after the matter shall be mentioned at the High court on October 9.

 

 

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