Drama In Court As Sonko's Lawyers, Magistrate Clash
By Godwin.simiyu | self meida writer
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Today on 4th March, 2021, Thursday, there was havoc at Milimani Anti-Corruption court after Impeached Governor Mike Sonko's lawyers exchanged bitter words with Chief Magistrate Douglas Ogoti.
Mike Sonko together with his nurse in Milimani Law Courts, Nairobi.
The mayhem arrised when Magistrate Ogoti allowed the DPP to add new evidence in sh 10 Million graft case against Mike Mbuvi Sonko. The magistrate further declined to Act in the case saying SonKO had not proved claims of biasness by him.
The Magistrate retaliated by saying he would not allow any further adjournement for lack of sufficient evidence. He also directed that if Sonko's lawyers will not be ready, then his case won't hesitate from proceeding.
Cases on graft cases have elicited many reactions in the country especially among the jobless ordinary Kenyans who are now accusing the government of failing to implement tough laws especially on those people found guilty on squandering public resources in the country.
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