Sacked judge reinstated on appeal

Posted on July 9th 2013

The Judges and Magistrates Vetting Board has reversed its decision to sack High Court judge Joseph Kiplagat Sergon after he successfully proved that the allegation that led to his removal from office

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Thirty-two years on, Koinange family fights over estate

Posted on July 7th 2013

The 32-year-old court battle for control of the multi-billion-shilling estate amassed by former Cabinet minister Mbiyu Koinange stands out as possibly Kenya’s most intriguing family dispute. Eight

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LSK bosses told to keep off war veterans affairs

Posted on July 1st 2013

The Mau Mau War Veterans Association (MMWVA) is now asking the Law Society of Kenya chairman Eric Mutua to keep off their affairs following allegations that the list of victims of torture to be

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Court summons IEBC officials in poll petition

Posted on June 14th 2013

Police have been directed to summon 13 Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officials and take statements from them after a voter admitted in court that he voted twice in the

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Poll officials face probe for allowing double voting

Posted on June 13th 2013

Thirty seven poll officials among them four police officers will be investigated over allegations of allowing double voting. Mr Justice Richard Mwongo directed the police to investigate the election

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