The Nation, giving a report via their official Facebook page, Nation, Dennis Itumbi finds himself in a challenging situation after the Kenyan appellate court, also known as the court of appeal, dismissed his case. Itumbi had sought orders to allow 50 Chief Administrative Secretaries (CASs) to begin their work. However, the court ruled that the matter is yet to be determined by the High Court.
The dismissal of Itumbi's case by the appellate court comes as a significant blow to his efforts. Itumbi had hoped to secure the necessary orders for the CASs to commence their duties, but the court's decision indicates that the issue will need to be resolved in the High Court.
It remains unclear at this point what specific grounds led to the dismissal of Itumbi's case. The details of the court's ruling have not been made public, leaving room for speculation and uncertainty.
Itumbi, a well-known figure in Kenyan politics, now faces the challenge of regrouping and considering his options moving forward. The matter being referred to the High Court implies that Itumbi's case will now be reevaluated and deliberated by a higher judicial authority.
As news of the dismissal spreads, public attention will likely shift to the upcoming proceedings in the High Court. The outcome of the case in the higher court will undoubtedly have significant implications for the 50 CASs involved, as well as for Itumbi and his supporters.
For now, Itumbi will have to endure the scorching heat of uncertainty as he awaits the next phase of legal proceedings in his quest to secure permission for the CASs to commence their work. The High Court will ultimately hold the power to determine the fate of Itumbi's case and shed light on the future of the 50 CASs in question.
COURT OF Appeal dismisses case by Dennis Itumbi seeking orders to allow 50 CASs to commence work, says matter yet to be determined by High Court, reads the statement by the Nation, whom have taken to their verified Facebook page, Nation.
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