Petitioner told to control his emotion

Posted on June 6th 2013

A poll loser was on Wednesday admonished by the High Court for getting emotional during the hearing of a petition in which he is challenging the election of Ms Mary Wambui as Othaya MP. Justice

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No need for ballots during hearing, court rules

Posted on June 5th 2013

The High Court has put to rest debate on whether ballot boxes should be deposited with the registrar of the court during the hearing of an election petition. Justice Richard Mwongo yesterday ruled,

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Supporters of poll loser ‘heckled’ IEBC officials

Posted on June 5th 2013

A video clip, showing the unruly behaviour of supporters of a petitioner in the Othaya parliamentary seat, was played before an election court in Nyeri Tuesday. Justice Jairus Ngaah allowed the

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Thousands of Kenyans to sue Britain over Mau Mau treatment

Posted on June 4th 2013

More than 8,000 Kenyans are seeking millions of dollars in compensation from former colonial rulers Britain, claiming mistreatment during the 1950s Mau Mau uprising, the country’s law society

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Miller, other firms meet Mau Mau directive

Posted on June 4th 2013

The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has now received lists of ex-Mau Mau fighters seeking compensation running into billions of shillings from the British Government. LSK Secretary Apollo Mboya confirmed

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