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Raila's Gas Company In Court After Refusing To Pay A Ksh 7.7Million Debt

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A company owned by ODM leader Raila Odinga Spectre international has gone to court to seek orders against Betric Kenya, a company that owes them money. 

According to submissions filed at the High Court, Spectre international which is a fuel company based in Kisumu hired the services of Betric Kenya which is based in Mombasa to supply them with 14500 liters of Fuel Oil. 

They were supposed to pay them Ksh 8Million. However, Spectre Kenya only paid them a small amount. Betric Kenya went to court and the judge ordered Raila's company to pay Betric Kenya ksh 7.7 Million. 

However, Spectre International has now gone seeking suspension of the orders by the Mombasa Magistrate court to allow the High Court to work on their appeal against the ruling. 

According to Spectre, it will be impossible to retrieve the amount in case they win the appeal since Betric Kenya is no longer active and doesn't have any assets which could be confiscated to recover the money. 

It now remains to be seen whether the order will be suspended. 

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

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