Attorney General Kihara Kariuki has sought to be enjoined in the Sh100 million property case involving missing Belgian woman Dysselleer Mereille Lesoipa.
The move follows a stalemate that has lasted for months pitting the lawyer and the police over what should become of Mereille's estate.
Mr Gakinya wants to be permitted to execute the will purportedly drafted by Ms Lesoipa, the police then again tried to have the procedures ended subsequent to blaming the attorney for utilizing produced archives under the watchful eye of the court.
Following the stalemate, the court hosted requested the gatherings to look for legitimate counsel and concur on the best way to continue with the matter.
Equity Teresia Matheka on May 17 had encouraged the police to look for legitimate counsel on the best way to continue with their application which they tried to end the progression procedures.
In any case, when the matter was referenced on Monday the court was educated regarding an application recorded by the AG looking to be charged as an invested individual
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