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Case Involving Ruto's Weston Hotel Set To Take A New Turn Following This Move By Lawyer Ahmednasir

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The last few months have not been the best for Deputy President William Ruto and his Tangatanga faction with Uhuru's Government seemingly keen to haunt them from every direction. 

A hotel owned by the Deputy President is facing an anxious wait to determine whether their land was acquired illegally. 

According to a case filed by KCAA, the land occupied by Weston Hotel was illegally acquired as per the report by the national land commission. The initial case was dismissed after the Accusers failed to convince the court on the same. 

However, KCAA filed a new case which is set to be heard from 12th July. Lawyer Ahmednasser who represents Weston Hotel in the case has now moved to court to stop the court from hearing the case.

According to a petition filed by Ahmednasser, the applicants should have appealed the initial ruling instead of a new case. The hearing is set for Monday. However, if Ahmednasser fails to convince the judge then the new case against Weston will start on the 12th as earlier scheduled. 

Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts on the matter kindly. 

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