The sharing of millions left by the former Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore was postponed after the High Court discovered that his children couldn't appear before court because they were in the United Kingdom.
Therefore, Collymore's widow Wambui Kamiru should have to wait for a little bit longer to know whether she will be allowed to exclusively manage the decead's properties.
Family Court judge Maureen Odero ordered the case to be put before her on July 29 when the widow and Collymore's children who live in the United Kingdom will affirm that they are not against how Collymore chose to have his assets divided.
In case that decision is challenged, the case will initially be hailed for mediation, to determine whether it very well may be addressed. In the event that it is not settled, it will be taken back to the court.
If the decision is not challenged, the court necessitates that every individual recorded as a beneficiary affirms that they are not against any person running the properties. Besides, one is needed to affirm that he or she has not been compelled to consent to the provisions of a will or division of a properties.
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