Sad news to Grace Walukhe's family as the High Court made a landmark ruling on the corruption case against her and her business partner Sirisia legislator Hon. John Waluke. Today, the High Court judge delivered a final verdict over the case that has been pending in court.
Justice Esther Maina never minced her words while delivering the rule. She dismissed the lodged appeal saying that the corruption case had enough tangible evidence. After the ruling, Grace was escorted under tight security to the Kamiti maximum prison where she will stay there for the next 69 years.
In addition, her business partner Hon. John Waluke was slapped with 67 years jail term. John Waluke appealed the ruling which was made in 2020. According to the ruling, Walukhe and his partner was supposed to be jailed for 57 years or pay one billion shillings each something that they appealed.
However, today the High Court judge threw away the appeal and handed them each 67 years and 69 years respectively. What are your thoughts on this ruling? Do you think the High Court made a landmark ruling? Kindly share widely and follow me.
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