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Tony Slumasa V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 282 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Tony Slumasa v Republic

Citation: Tony Slumasa V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Johannes Matiko & Another V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal Case 218 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Alfred Mabeya

Court: High Court at Bungoma

Parties: Johannes Matiko & another v Republic

Citation: Johannes Matiko & Another V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Joseph Mbalu Mutava V Attorney General & Another [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Petition Number 337 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Mumbi Ngugi, George Vincent Odunga, Pauline Nyamweya

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Joseph Mbalu Mutava v Attorney General & Judicial Service Commission

Citation: Joseph Mbalu Mutava V Attorney General & Another [2014] eKLR

 

Tribunal To Investigate Judge Breaches Right To Fair Administration Action

 

Joseph Mbalu Mutava Attorney General &another

Petition Number 337 of 2013

High Court at Nairobi

Mumbi Ngugi, P Nyamweya, G V Odunga, JJ

February 17, 2014

Reported by Phoebe Ida Ayaya

Brief facts:

The petitioner was a high court judge against whom various complainants had lodged complaints with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) (the 2nd respondent herein) in respect of court cases that he had heard and/or determined. Following these complaints, the JSC appointed a committee to investigate the complaints against the petitioner. After making the said inquiry, the committee submitted a report to the JSC in which it found that the threshold had been met in three complaints. The JSC deliberated upon and adopted the committee’s report and resolved to send a petition to the President to set up a tribunal to investigate the conduct of the petitioner. Pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution, the President suspended the petitioner as a judge of the High Court and appointed a tribunal composed of a chairperson and 4 members to investigate the petitioner’s conduct. Subsequently, the President amended the membership of the tribunal adding two new members to the said tribunal. Being aggrieved by the decision of the JSC to petition the President to suspend and appoint the said tribunal to investigate his conduct, the petitioner instituted this petition.

Issues:

  1. Whether the JSC violated the petitioner’s rights under article 47 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010
  2. Whether the 14 day timeline provided under the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 in article 168(5)(b) applied to both the suspension of a judge upon presentation of a petition for his removal to the President by the JSC and appointment of a tribunal by the President, or just to the suspension of the judge and if so whether the tribunal as appointed was void ab initio.

Constitutional Law – right to fair administrative action – claim that the dismissal of the petitioner was not in conformity with the right to fair administrative action – where the petitioner claimed that the process by which he was removed from office violated his constitutional rights – whether the provisions of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 in article 47applied to administrative tribunals – whether the claim for infringement of constitutional rights could stand – Constitution of Kenya, 2010 articles 47 & 168.

Constitutional Law – constitutional interpretation – interpretation of article 168 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 – where the question as to the constitutional timelines for appointment of a tribunal to hear a case regarding removal of a judge – whether the 14 day period provided under Article 168(5) of the Constitution applied to both the suspension of a judge upon presentation of a petition for his removal to the President by the Commission and appointment of a tribunal by the President, or just to the suspension of the judge - Constitution of Kenya, 2010 article 168.

Constitution of Kenya, 2010

Article 47(1) “Every person has the right to administrative action that is expeditious, efficient, lawful, reasonable and procedurally fair.”

(2) “If a right or fundamental freedom of a person has been or is likely to be adversely affected by administrative action, the person has the right to be given written reasons for the action.”

(3) “Parliament shall enact legislation to give effect to the rights”

Article 168(2) “The removal of a judge may be initiated only by the Judicial Service Commission acting on its own motion, or on the petition of any person to the Judicial Service Commission.”

(3) “A petition by a person to the Judicial Service Commission under clause (2) shall be in writing, setting out the alleged facts constituting the grounds for the judge’s removal.”

(4) “The Judicial Service Commission shall consider the petition and, if it is satisfied that the petition discloses a ground for removal under clause (1), send the petition to the President.”

 

Held:

  1. The functions of the JSC in the exercise of its powers were administrative in nature as they involved a decision making process that would affect the rights of the petitioner and were therefore subject to article 47 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010.
  2. The requirement for an expeditious hearing in article 47 had to be read together with the requirement of efficiency in the conduct of administrative functions, as one of the key reasons for quick and timely administrative action was to ensure that any person affected by the said actions suffered no undue prejudice. An appropriate balance therefore had to be struck between the right to an expeditious hearing and the substantive elements of the right to a fair administrative action. In the present circumstances the period of three months taken to consider the complaints made against the petitioner and to examine witnesses was not only expeditious and efficient, but also reasonable in light of the possible ramifications of the decision made by the commission.
  3. A fundamental principle of justice and procedural fairness was that no person was to be condemned unless the person had been given prior notice of the allegations made against him or her, and a fair opportunity to be heard. The commission was under an obligation to verify the complaints made against the petitioner and that the constitutional threshold for the removal of the petitioner of a judge had been met. Procedural fairness was required regardless of the nature of the inquiry. It was apparent that the petitioner was neither accorded an opportunity to cross examine the witnesses nor comment on the testimony of those witnesses whom the commission stated it relied on to meet the constitutional threshold.
  4. While the commission did notify the petitioner of the complaints made against him, it breached its duty to provide adequate notice and disclosure of the testimony of witnesses that appeared before it to the petitioner. In addition on the requirement of cross-examination in the event that a body opts to call witnesses in its hearings, then it must as part of procedural fairness not only inform all the parties involved of the witnesses and their testimony, but also provide an opportunity to any party affected by that testimony to contest it within the parameters of the inquiry being undertaken either by way of cross examination or by allowing him an opportunity to comment on it.
  5. It was an express requirement under article 47(2) of the Constitution that reasons had to be given for any actions that would adversely affect the rights and fundamental freedoms of a person. The decision of the commission had major ramifications on the rights of the petitioner and he was entitled to reasons.
  6. The President was under a constitutional obligation to suspend a judge under investigation within a fourteen-day period, and under a further obligation to constitute a tribunal to investigate the judge and the fourteen-day period applies to both the suspension and the appointment of the tribunal. A wholesome reading of the provisions of article 168 and a consideration of the context and purpose of the provision could only lead to the conclusion that it was the intention of the framers of the Constitution that the process of removal of a judge should be expedited, which required that its commencement and conclusion be as time bound as possible. Such an interpretation is one that would respect the values and principles of the Constitution set out in article 10.
  7. It was therefore imperative that constitutional timelines be adhered to strictly. Where there were clear constitutional timelines to be adhered to, the court would not sacrifice the said timelines for the sake of expediency. The appointment of the first five members to the tribunal, although done within the timeline set by the Constitution, did not meet the constitutional requirement in terms of the number of members under Article 168(5)(b)(i)(ii) and (iii) of the Constitution which requires 7 members. The appointment of the two remaining members was made 31 days after the presentation of the petition to the President and therefore fell outside the mandatory constitutional period of 14 days. The appointment of the two additional members could not cure the invalidity of the tribunal of five members appointed earlier on.
  8. The Commission was under a constitutional obligation to observe the requirements of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 in article 47; but it violated the petitioner’s constitutional rights by failing to avail to him the testimony of the witnesses who gave evidence it relied on in reaching its decision; and/or an opportunity to comment on the said testimony. In addition, the commission’s failure to give him written reasons for its decision or a copy of its report on a matter with grave implications for his fundamental rights was a violation of his rights under the said article 47.
  9.  In the circumstances, its petition to the President to suspend him and appoint a tribunal to investigate his conduct did not meet the constitutional threshold. Consequently, his suspension on the basis of the petition to the President was unconstitutional. Moreover, even had the commission not been in breach of the provisions of article 47, the appointment of a tribunal by the President was done in violation of the express constitutional provisions with respect to time, and was therefore unconstitutional.
  10. (Obiter) “In deciding on the appropriate orders to grant we are cognizant of the fact that the position of a judge under our Constitution is a position of trust. It requires that there should be full public confidence in the holder of the office, otherwise the decisions emanating from an office in which there is no confidence would not help to advance the rule of law. In the present case, allegations have been made with regard to the conduct of the petitioner that put to question his suitability as a judge. For as long as these allegations, which the commission deemed serious enough to warrant the referral of the issue to the President for constitution of a tribunal to investigate remain uncleared, there can be no confidence in the petitioner as a judge were he to be re-instated. In the interest of the administration of justice and in the interest of the petitioner, the complaints against the petitioner should be investigated and a finding made one way or the other.”

Orders:

The 2nd Respondent to expeditiously commence de novo the process of investigating and determining the complaints leveled against the petitioner in compliance with all applicable provisions of the constitution.

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Republic V Nzioka Ndiku [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 79 of 2008 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Beatrice Thuranira Jaden

Court: High Court at Machakos

Parties: Republic v Nzioka Ndiku

Citation: Republic V Nzioka Ndiku [2014] eKLR

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Victoria Mukonyo Muinde V Jamii Bora Trust

Case Number: Cause 889 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Mathews Nderi Nduma

Court: Industrial Court at Nairobi

Parties: Victoria Mukonyo Muinde v Jamii Bora Trust

Citation: Victoria Mukonyo Muinde V Jamii Bora Trust

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Samuel Ngugi Wairimu V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 127 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Murang'a

Parties: Samuel Ngugi Wairimu v Republic

Citation: Samuel Ngugi Wairimu V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Issad Iddi Abubakar V Margaret Awinja Muhanyo [2014]eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeals 200 & 202 of 2012 [consolidated] Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Issad Iddi Abubakar v Margaret Awinja Muhanyo

Citation: Issad Iddi Abubakar V Margaret Awinja Muhanyo [2014] eKLR

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Chabhadia Enterprises Ltd V John Otanga Nakhobi [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 11 of 2010 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Francis Tuiyott

Court: High Court at Busia

Parties: Chabhadia Enterprises Ltd v John Otanga Nakhobi

Citation: Chabhadia Enterprises Ltd V John Otanga Nakhobi [2014] eKLR

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Republic V Benson Mwaura [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 74 of 2008 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Beatrice Thuranira Jaden

Court: High Court at Machakos

Parties: Republic v Benson Mwaura

Citation: Republic V Benson Mwaura [2014] eKLR

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Republic V Provincial Appeals Commttee & 6 Others Ex-Parte Peter Gatimu Kanyonyo [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Judicial Review Application 24 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Boaz Nathan Olao

Court: High Court at Kerugoya

Parties: Republic v Provincial Appeals Commttee,Wanguru Senior Resident Magistrate,Eunice Mutonyi,Jesee Muriithi Gatimu,Josphat Kamau Gatimu,James Gathara Gatimu & Esther Wanjiru Mutugi Ex-Parte Peter Gatimu

Citation: Republic V Provincial Appeals Commttee & 6 Others Ex-Parte Peter Gatimu Kanyonyo [2014] eKLR

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Vincent Okello V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 49 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Vincent Okello v Republic

Citation: Vincent Okello V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Muthini Kivuva Thoka V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 130 of 2009 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Lilian Nabwire Mutende

Court: High Court at Machakos

Parties: Muthini Kivuva Thoka v Republic

Citation: Muthini Kivuva Thoka V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Amos Muriu Irungu V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 113 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Murang'a

Parties: Amos Muriu Irungu v Republic

Citation: Amos Muriu Irungu V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Paul Muturi Krobia V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 97 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Murang'a

Parties: Paul Muturi Krobia v Republic

Citation: Paul Muturi Krobia V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Republic V P M M [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 29 of 2009 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Beatrice Thuranira Jaden

Court: High Court at Machakos

Parties: Republic v P M M

Citation: Republic V P M M [2014] eKLR

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Intra Africa Assurance Co. Ltd V John Odhiambo [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 249 of 2002 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: David A Onyancha

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Intra Africa Assurance Co. Ltd v John Odhiambo

Citation: Intra Africa Assurance Co. Ltd V John Odhiambo [2014] eKLR

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Stephen Kimotho Macharia V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 158 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Murang'a

Parties: Stephen Kimotho Macharia v Republic

Citation: Stephen Kimotho Macharia V Republic [2014] eKLR

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David Anzaya V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 85 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: David Anzaya v Republic

Citation: David Anzaya V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Francis Chege Maina V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 132 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Murang'a

Parties: Francis Chege Maina v Republic

Citation: Francis Chege Maina V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Ernest Muruli Webo V Republic [2014]eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 3 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Ernest Muruli Webo v Republic

Citation: Ernest Muruli Webo V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Samuel Wamututu Waiganjo V Zohra Baraka & Another [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 343 “A” of 2004 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: David A Onyancha

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Samuel Wamututu Waiganjo v Zohra Baraka & Mohamed Baraka

Citation: Samuel Wamututu Waiganjo V Zohra Baraka & Another [2014] eKLR

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Moses Libako Litindo & Another V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeals 184 And 185 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: George Matatia Abaleka Dulu, Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Moses Libako Litindo & Benson Sakwa Aluda v Republic

Citation: Moses Libako Litindo & Another V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Jacob Prince Mwaniki V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 144 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe, Hellen Wasilwa Seruya

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Jacob Prince Mwaniki v Republic

Citation: Jacob Prince Mwaniki V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Simon Emile Omito V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 213 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Simon Emile Omito v Republic

Citation: Simon Emile Omito V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Samson Mumo Mutinda V Inspector General National Police Service & 4 Others [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Petition 38 of 2014 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: David Shikomera Majanja

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Samson Mumo Mutinda T/A Patrol Driving School v Inspector General National Police Service,David Kubabi,Gilbert Okemwa,Attorney General & Director of Public Prosecutions

Citation: Samson Mumo Mutinda V Inspector General National Police Service & 4 Others [2014] eKLR

One cannot claim the right to privacy where it has been waived

Samson Mumo Mutinda T/A Patrol Driving School v

Inspector General,National Police Service And 4 Others

Petition No. 38 Of 2014

High Court at Nairobi

D.S. Majanja J.

February 17, 2014

Reported by Njeri Githang’a

 

The petitioner was a businessman who was running a driving school within the Nairobi Central Business District since 2004.  The petitioner averred that on 14th January 2014, the 2nd and 3rd respondents, who were police officers, without any warrants or orders issued by a court of law, visited the driving school, searched the premises, seized, confiscated and took away his register of students for the years 2012, 2013 and 2014.  He sought inter alia for a declaration that the search of the petitioner’s business premises and the seizure and confiscation of his school registers and his mobile phone by the 2nd and 3rd respondents police officers without warrants or any court orders rendering the petitioner unable to carry out his businesses and to earn a livelihood were violations of the petitioner’s fundamental rights life, to the protection and benefit of the law, human dignity and privacy guaranteed by Articles 26(1), 27(1), (2) 28 and 31 of the Constitution.

 

Issue

  1. Whether the search and seizure of the petitioner’s registers from his business premises in the circumstances of the case violated the petitioner’s right to privacy

 

 

Constitutional law-Fundamental rights and freedoms-right to privacy-where the respondent conducted a search of the petitioners business premises with the petitioners consent-whether the petitioner could claim that his right to privacy was breached under the circumstance-Constitution of Kenya, 2010, article 24,31

 

Article 31 of the Constitution which states as follows;

 

 31.    Every person has the right to privacy, which includes the right not to have—

 (a)     their person, home or property searched;

 (b)     their possessions seized;

        (c)     information relating to their family or private affairs unnecessarily required or revealed;     or

                    (d)     the privacy of their communications infringed.

 

 

  1. The right to privacy protects a person’s autonomy.  The breach of the right of privacy either involved violation of the law that permitted infringement of the right consistent with the limitation provided under article 24 or failure to obtain consent of the person. Thus the right to privacy may be waived by a person consenting to the search of his person or premises in certain circumstances. Such consent must be voluntarily and freely given.
  2. The police officers could not be faulted for acting in the manner they did as the petitioner permitted them entry into his premises and voluntarily gave them the items they sought. The petitioner freely gave his consent to the search and seizure and he could not therefore complain that there was a violation of his right to privacy.
  3. In light of the facts narrated by the 2nd respondent and the material before the court, there was reasonable basis to conduct the investigations and release of the seized items would not be in the interest of justice as they could be required as exhibits for the court process or required for further investigation.

Petition is dismissed, the petitioner to be furnished with copies of the attendance registers to enable continue his business.

 

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Peter Maina John V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 309 of 2012 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: George Matatia Abaleka Dulu, Said Juma Chitembwe

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Peter Maina John v Republic

Citation: Peter Maina John V Republic [2014] eKLR

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L P D D & Another V Little Angels Network [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Adoption cause 27 of 2013 Date Delivered: 17 Feb 2014

Judge: Maureen Akinyi Odero

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: L P D D & K J M H v Little Angels Network

Citation: L P D D & Another V Little Angels Network [2014] eKLR

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Maingi Mutisya Nzioka V Mbuki Kisavi [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 97 of 2004 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Erastus Mwaniki Githinji, Patrick Omwenga Kiage, Agnes Kalekye Murgor

Court: Court of Appeal at Nairobi

Parties: Maingi Mutisya Nzioka v Mbuki Kisavi

Citation: Maingi Mutisya Nzioka V Mbuki Kisavi [2014] eKLR

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Daniel Thiongo Kinyanjui V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 415 of 2010 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Hellen Amolo Omondi

Court: High Court at Nakuru

Parties: Daniel Thiongo Kinyanjui v Republic

Citation: Daniel Thiongo Kinyanjui V Republic [2014] eKLR

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John Mutinda Mutua V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 647 of 2010 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: John Wycliffe Mwera, Patrick Omwenga Kiage, Stephen Gatembu Kairu

Court: Court of Appeal at Nairobi

Parties: John Mutinda Mutua v Republic

Citation: John Mutinda Mutua V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Alex Kimathi V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 505 of 2007 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: David Kenani Maraga, William Ouko, Kathurima M'inoti

Court: Court of Appeal at Nairobi

Parties: Alex Kimathi v Republic

Citation: Alex Kimathi V Republic [2014] eKLR

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James Mukolo Elisha & Another V Thomas Martin Kibisu [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 31 of 2006 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Daniel Kiio Musinga, George Benedict Maina Kariuki, Jamila Mohammed

Court: Court of Appeal at Nairobi

Parties: James Mukolo Elisha & another v Thomas Martin Kibisu

Citation: James Mukolo Elisha & Another V Thomas Martin Kibisu [2014] eKLR

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Karsan Velji Velani (Suing As The Administrator Of The Estate Of Velji Parbat) V County Council Of Kwale Chief Land Registrar Commissioner Of Land & Another [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Misc. Civil Application No 19 Of 2012 Misc. Civil Application No 19 Of 2012 Misc. Civi Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Samwel Ndungu Mukunya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Karsan Velji Velani (Suing As The Administrator Of The Estate Of Velji Parbat) v County Council Of Kwale Chief Land Registrar Commissioner Of Land ,Rashidi Juma ,Mwambegaha Hassani Bakari ,Omar Juma Nganzi & Zaid Ali Huru

Citation: Karsan Velji Velani (Suing As The Administrator Of The Estate Of Velji Parbat) V County Council Of Kwale Chief Land Registrar Commissioner Of Land & Another [2014] eKLR

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Nuru Abdul Razaq V Daniel Charero & 2 Others [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Case 107 of 2011 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Samwel Ndungu Mukunya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Nuru Abdul Razaq v Daniel Charero,Mbarak Swaleh Al-Guhum & Juliana Kisaka

Citation: Nuru Abdul Razaq V Daniel Charero & 2 Others [2014] eKLR

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Bilashaka Flowers V Naisulaene Nairuko [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 112'A' of 2006 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Hellen Amolo Omondi

Court: High Court at Nakuru

Parties: Bilashaka Flowers v Naisulaene Nairuko

Citation: Bilashaka Flowers V Naisulaene Nairuko [2014] eKLR

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Omari Sefu Dzila V Said Hamad Tengeza [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Case 231 of 2012 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Samwel Ndungu Mukunya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Omari Sefu Dzila v Said Hamad Tengeza

Citation: Omari Sefu Dzila V Said Hamad Tengeza [2014] eKLR

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S M H V A S M [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Divorce Cause 6 of 2013 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Maureen Akinyi Odero

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: S M H v A S M

Citation: S M H V A S M [2014] eKLR

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Jackline Wakesho V Aroma Café [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 212 of 2013 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Onesmus Ndambuthi Makau

Court: Industrial Court at Mombasa

Parties: Jackline Wakesho v Aroma Café

Citation: Jackline Wakesho V Aroma Café [2014] eKLR

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Maurice M. Munyao & 148 Others V Albert Churembo Mumba & 7 Others [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 116 of 2013 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Onesmus Ndambuthi Makau

Court: Industrial Court at Mombasa

Parties: Maurice M. Munyao & 148 Others v Albert Churembo Mumba & 7 Others

Citation: Maurice M. Munyao & 148 Others V Albert Churembo Mumba & 7 Others [2014] eKLR

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Lowethit Loritim V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 126 of 2012 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Mathew John Anyara Emukule, Hellen Amolo Omondi

Court: High Court at Nakuru

Parties: Lowethit Loritim v Republic

Citation: Lowethit Loritim V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Salome Dingiria & Another V Herbert Ngisiange Muhindi [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 146 of 2011 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Samwel Ndungu Mukunya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Salome Dingiria & Wisdom N. Dingiria (As The Personal Representatives of the Late Alexander Dingieria v Herbert Ngisiange Muhindi

Citation: Salome Dingiria & Another V Herbert Ngisiange Muhindi [2014] eKLR

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Hassan Ali Osman V Abdulrahman M.. Basheikh & Another [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 109 of 2010 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Samwel Ndungu Mukunya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Hassan Ali Osman v Abdulrahman M.. Basheikh & Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed

Citation: Hassan Ali Osman V Abdulrahman M.. Basheikh & Another [2014] eKLR

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Charo Kahaso Gona V Republic [2014]eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 505 of 2010 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Martin Muya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Charo Kahaso Gona v Republic

Citation: Charo Kahaso Gona V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Morris Mutie Thomas V Republic [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 76 of 2013 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Martin Muya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Morris Mutie Thomas v Republic

Citation: Morris Mutie Thomas V Republic [2014] eKLR

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Julius Ndune Mwaniki & Another V Stephen Muchuria Mwaniki [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Succession Cause 337 of 2013 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Murang'a

Parties: Julius Ndune Mwaniki & Emmah Wanjiku Njoroge v Stephen Muchuria Mwaniki

Citation: Julius Ndune Mwaniki & Another V Stephen Muchuria Mwaniki [2014] eKLR

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Mary Mugure Daniel Kariuki & Another V Rahab Waruga Kariuki & 8 Others [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Suit 1339 of 2005 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: John Mutungi

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Mary Mugure Daniel Kariuki & another v Rahab Waruga Kariuki & 8 others

Citation: Mary Mugure Daniel Kariuki & Another V Rahab Waruga Kariuki & 8 Others [2014] eKLR

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E K K V T M K [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Divorce Cause 9 of 2012 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Luka Kiprotich Kimaru

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: E K K v T M K

Citation: E K K V T M K [2014] eKLR

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Mohamed Abdalla Faruku V Fridaus Abdalla Bakari [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 5 of 2012 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: Oscar Angote

Court: High Court at Malindi

Parties: Mohamed Abdalla Faruku v Fridaus Abdalla Bakari

Citation: Mohamed Abdalla Faruku V Fridaus Abdalla Bakari [2014] eKLR

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Virenda Ramji Gudka & 3 Others V Attorney General [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Elc Civil Suit 480 of 2011 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: John Mutungi

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Virenda Ramji Gudka, Advance Ventures Limited, Western Kenya Limited & Aarem Limited v Attorney General (on Behalf of Ministry of Roads and Chief Engineer, Roads)

Citation: Virenda Ramji Gudka & 3 Others V Attorney General [2014] eKLR

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Danson Mugo Macharia V Lilian Wambui Kamau & 2 Others [2014] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Suit 217 of 2005 Date Delivered: 14 Feb 2014

Judge: John Mutungi

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Danson Mugo Macharia v Lilian Wambui Kamau, John Maina Kamau & Sarafina Wanjiru Kamau

Citation: Danson Mugo Macharia V Lilian Wambui Kamau & 2 Others [2014] eKLR

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