Jaguar Risks 6 Months in Jail for Finding Himself in the Wrong Side of the Law
By Culver | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 4761 views
Starehe MP Charles Kanyi alias Jaguar might land himself in jail to serve a term of six months in prison for going against court orders. It is said that Jaguar violated the law and went ahead to act contrary to court orders.
Starehe MP Charles Kanyi commonly known as Jaguar risks going through a half year in prison for ignoring a court request banishing him from invading a multi-million pushing property close to Nairobi's Landhies Road.
The MP has been called upon by a judge's court to show cause why he ought not go to prison for defying court orders.
Giving the summons, Chief Magistrate Ada Obura additionally told the MP and directors of David Engineering Limited not to invade the suit property before the involved partes case was heard on February 16.
The summons follows an effective application by Intercountries Importers and Exporters Limited through their legal counselor Kethie Kilonzo, who told the court that Jaguar and the heads of the engineering company had resisted orders given on December 8, 2020.
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