Through a special disclosure by the Star, the former Constitution and Justice minister has now sent auctioneers to recover her Ksh. 6.5 Million from the controversial MP.
The Narc-Kenya leader had moved to court seeking Sh20 million as damages from the Gatundu South legislator over his allegations that she procured witnesses to fix Deputy President William Ruto at the Hague.
In her case the former Justice Minister submitted that the remarks made by Mr Kuria were malicious, unwarranted and defamatory.
High Court judge Joseph Sergon ordered Mr Kuria to pay the cost of the case noting that the lawmaker's comments were malicious and meant to injure the former Justice minister’s good reputation.
“I award the plaintiff Sh5 million as general damages (and) Sh1.5 million as exemplary damages,” justice Sergon ruled.
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