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Drama as top judiciary judge is conned 2.5 million, given fake papers in con game

A top judiciary judge is desperately trying to cling into land that he was conned into buying according to court files presented by Nakuru land Registrar Raymond Gitonga. The saga which involves the judge who is featured in the Enviromental court was brought before the lands court in a Nakuru High Court. According to the Standard digital news media, Justice Sila Munyao bought land worth 2.5 million which according to the lands records is non existent in the land map. In his possession are land documents which

  2 months ago
Drama as top judiciary judge is conned 2.5 million, given fake papers in con game

Hassan Joho Under Siege After The High Court Finds Him Guilt-ridden

Mombasa County Governor, Ali Hasan Joho's case has been threw out by the High Court. In the case, the 001 County boss was seeking not to be sentenced after he was found guilty of contept of court. This situation has put his fate into ballance since no one knows his next outcome. High Court judge, Justice Sila Munyao declared to have found Hassan Joho guilt-ridden of going against court directives by interfering with the property of Mombasa Tycoon Ashok Doshi. They had demolished a perimeter wall belonging t

  11 months ago
Hassan Joho Under Siege After The High Court Finds Him Guilt-ridden

Joho at Risk of Six Months in Jail as The High Court Foresake His Case

Ali Hasan Joho's case has been threw out by the High Court. In the case, Mombasa County governor Joho was seeking dismissal of his sentence after he and his junior were found with guilt of contept of court. This situation has put him into worries as he is also in the Frontline in the struggle to fight Corona virus pandemic. His county is the second most affected after Nairobi. Despite his bid for dismissal of his case, High Court judge, Justice Sila Munyao has finally declared to have found Hassan Joho guil

  11 months ago
Joho at Risk of Six Months in Jail as The High Court Foresake His Case