The Migori county governor hon Zachary Obado can now have along term break after the court agreed to take note of his submission through his lawyer, requesting the court to adjourn the pending hearing due to unavoidable circumstances.
The court lifted his plea and gave the alternative date upon the next hearing will promptly be apprehended as required by the law, the rulling will be heard on February next year (2022).
The case was designated to probe on ksh.73 million graft case that was reportedly against Migori Governor Okoth Obado, his four children and other thirteen suspects, on which one of the key suspect Carolyn Anyango gave birth and she had to go through very serious intensive care and proper medication, thus she wouldn't have an opportunity to submit herself to court today.
Despite all those, the Migori Governor over a very long period has been tackling some of the various cases against him , such as probe on the a suspected murder of Sharon Otieno, who was a student at Rongo University.
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