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Kenya Power & Lighting Co. Ltd V Abel M. Momanyi Birundu [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 30 of 2013 Date Delivered: 12 Feb 2015

Judge: David Kenani Maraga, Festus Azangalala, Sankale Ole Kantai

Court: Court of Appeal at Kisumu

Parties: Kenya Power & Lighting Co. Ltd v Abel M. Momanyi Birundu

Citation: Kenya Power & Lighting Co. Ltd V Abel M. Momanyi Birundu [2015] eKLR

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CFC Stanbic Bank Limited V Danson Mwashako Mwakuwona [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 3 of 2014 Date Delivered: 12 Feb 2015

Judge: Alnashir Ramazanali Magan Visram, Hannah Magondi Okwengu, Fatuma sichale

Court: Court of Appeal at Mombasa

Parties: CFC Stanbic Bank Limited v Danson Mwashako Mwakuwona

Citation: CFC Stanbic Bank Limited V Danson Mwashako Mwakuwona [2015] eKLR

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Stephen Nthuva Mumo V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 30 of 2012 Date Delivered: 12 Feb 2015

Judge: Beatrice Thuranira Jaden

Court: High Court at Machakos

Parties: Stephen Nthuva Mumo v Republic

Citation: Stephen Nthuva Mumo V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Kennedy Ochieng Okombo V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 45 of 2011 Date Delivered: 12 Feb 2015

Judge: David Kenani Maraga, Festus Azangalala, Sankale Ole Kantai

Court: Court of Appeal at Kisumu

Parties: Kennedy Ochieng Okombo v Republic

Citation: Kennedy Ochieng Okombo V Republic [2015] eKLR

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In Re Swan Millers Limited [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Winding Up Cause 16 of 2008 Date Delivered: 11 Feb 2015

Judge: Francis Gikonyo

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Commercial Courts Commercial and Tax Division)

Parties: In re Swan Millers Limited

Citation: In Re Swan Millers Limited [2015] eKLR

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Robert Muriithi Njeru V Diocese Of Embu Salesians Of Don Bosco [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal Case 53 of 2010 Date Delivered: 11 Feb 2015

Judge: Florence Nyaguthii Muchemi

Court: High Court at Embu

Parties: Robert Muriithi Njeru v Diocese of Embu Salesians of Don Bosco

Citation: Robert Muriithi Njeru V Diocese Of Embu Salesians Of Don Bosco [2015] eKLR

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Barnabas Mutua Mumbu V Mbalu Mbithi & Another [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Case 230 of 2012 Date Delivered: 11 Feb 2015

Judge: Beatrice Thuranira Jaden

Court: High Court at Machakos

Parties: Barnabas Mutua Mumbu v Mbalu Mbithi & Mumo Mbalu

Citation: Barnabas Mutua Mumbu V Mbalu Mbithi & Another [2015] eKLR

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David Mutali Ingunyi V Fredrick M Obare [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Elc 443 of 2013 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Munyao Sila

Court: Environment and Land Court at Nakuru

Parties: David Mutali Ingunyi v Fredrick M Obare

Citation: David Mutali Ingunyi V Fredrick M Obare [2015] eKLR

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Republic V James Omondi & 3 Others [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 57 of 2008 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Luka Kiprotich Kimaru

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Republic v James Omondi Alias Castro, Wycliffe Walimbwa Simiyu Alias Zimbo, Paul Othieno Alias Baba & Mary Muthoni

Citation: Republic V James Omondi & 3 Others [2015] eKLR

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J.M.M V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 101 of 2013 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Lilian Nabwire Mutende

Court: High Court at Kitui

Parties: J.M.M v Republic

Citation: J.M.M V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Paul Ndunda Mwilu V Domnic Kimathi [2015] eKLR

Case Number: ELC. 212 of 2013 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Hellen Amolo Omondi

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Paul Ndunda Mwilu v Domnic Kimathi

Citation: Paul Ndunda Mwilu V Domnic Kimathi [2015] eKLR

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Kenneth Owino Omollo V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 135 of 2012 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Hilary Kiplagat Chemitei, Esther Nyambura Maina

Court: High Court at Kisumu

Parties: Kenneth Owino Omollo v Republic

Citation: Kenneth Owino Omollo V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Onesmus Omwenga Maroko V Co-operative Bank Of Kenya Ltd [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 449 of 2013 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Nzioki wa Makau

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Onesmus Omwenga Maroko v Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd

Citation: Onesmus Omwenga Maroko V Co-operative Bank Of Kenya Ltd [2015] eKLR

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David Ongera Nyang’au V Gilberx Electro Services Limited [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 1655 of 2012 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Nzioki wa Makau

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: David Ongera Nyang’au v Gilberx Electro Services Limited

Citation: David Ongera Nyang’au V Gilberx Electro Services Limited [2015] eKLR

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Hillary Kemoilo Boror V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 200 of 2011 Date Delivered: 10 Feb 2015

Judge: Cecilia Wathaiya Githua

Court: High Court at Eldoret

Parties: Hillary Kemoilo Boror v Republic

Citation: Hillary Kemoilo Boror V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Stephen Omondi Ngondi V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 113 of 2014 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: David Shikomera Majanja

Court: High Court at Homabay

Parties: Stephen Omondi Ngondi v Republic

Citation: Stephen Omondi Ngondi V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Paul Amukobole V Polypipes Limited (Steel Division) [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 299 of 2014 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: Nzioki wa Makau

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Paul Amukobole v Polypipes Limited (Steel Division)

Citation: Paul Amukobole V Polypipes Limited (Steel Division) [2015] eKLR

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Omamba Douglas Nyaito V Text Book Centre Limited [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 431 of 2012 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: Nzioki wa Makau

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Omamba Douglas Nyaito v Text Book Centre Limited

Citation: Omamba Douglas Nyaito V Text Book Centre Limited [2015] eKLR

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Republic V Registrar Of Companies Ex Parte Edwin Wambaa Regeru [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Jr Misc Application 75 of 2014 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: George Vincent Odunga

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Republic v Registrar of Companies Ex parte Edwin Wambaa Regeru

Citation: Republic V Registrar Of Companies Ex Parte Edwin Wambaa Regeru [2015] eKLR

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Republic V Anti Counterfeit Agency & 3 Others Ex-parte Omega Chalk Industries (1993) Limited & Another [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Judicial Review Miscellaneous Application 83 of 2012 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: George Vincent Odunga

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Republic v Anti Counterfeit Agency, Director of Public Prosecutions, Commissioner of Police & Chief Magistrate’s Court at Nairobi Ex-parte Omega Chalk Industries (1993) Limited & Chemical & School Supplies Limited

Citation: Republic V Anti Counterfeit Agency & 3 Others Ex-parte Omega Chalk Industries (1993) Limited & Another [2015] eKLR

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Kudheiha Workers Union V Gerald Mwangi [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 1254 of 2010 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: Nzioki wa Makau

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Kudheiha Workers Union v Gerald Mwangi

Citation: Kudheiha Workers Union V Gerald Mwangi [2015] eKLR

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Samuel Muciri W’njuguna & Others V Kenya Tea Development Agency Ltd & Another [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Suit 1192 of 2003 & 26 of 2004 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: George Vincent Odunga

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Samuel Muciri W’njuguna & others v Kenya Tea Development Agency Ltd & Theta Tea Factory Company Ltd

Citation: Samuel Muciri W’njuguna & Others V Kenya Tea Development Agency Ltd & Another [2015] eKLR

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Edwin Onyango Ogutu V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 11 of 2014 Date Delivered: 09 Feb 2015

Judge: David Shikomera Majanja

Court: High Court at Homabay

Parties: Edwin Onyango Ogutu v Republic

Citation: Edwin Onyango Ogutu V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Evans Obuya Nyatichi & 3 Others V Republic [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 28, 29, 30 & 31 of 2012 (Consolidated) Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Martin Muya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Evans Obuya Nyatichi, Paul Dedan Ochieng, Evans Bogonko Bosire & Thomas Obuoko Okwayo v Republic

Citation: Evans Obuya Nyatichi & 3 Others V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Stephen Mburu Ndiba V Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission & Another [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Micselaneous Criminal Application 20 Of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Nyeri

Parties: Stephen Mburu Ndiba v Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission & Director of Public Prosecution

Citation: Stephen Mburu Ndiba V Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission & Another [2015] eKLR

  Ethics & Anti- Corruption Commission is not barred by law from Prosecuting corruption cases

 

Stephen Mburu Ndiba v Ethics & Anti – Corruption Commission & another

High Court at Nyeri

Misc Criminal Application No 20 of 2014

Ngaah Jairus

February 6, 2015

Reported by Andrew Halonyere

 

Brief facts

The applicant brought an application before the High Court seeking orders of stay or to quash Criminal proceedings relating to alleged corruption before the Magistrates Court.

The applicant was accused in a Chief Magistrates Court. The complainant in that case was the applicant’s co-defendant in a civil suit before the High Court in which the Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (the 1st Respondent) was the plaintiff.

It is the applicant’s case that in prosecuting him, the prosecuting authorities have disregarded sections35 (1) (2), 36 and 37 of the Anti-Corruption & Economic Crimes Act, 2003 (hereinafter referred to as the “Anti-Corruption Act”) and that the criminal case was in bad faith and prejudicial to him as a civil servant. For those reasons, he wanted the criminal case terminated.

The respondents on their part submitted that the civil case against the applicant was for recovery of illegally acquired public property and that the facts upon which the instant case was based also revealed that a criminal offence had been committed. That It was for that reason that it was necessary that the applicant be charged with the particular offence and at the same time a civil suit be instituted to reclaim the public property.

Anti-Corruption & Economic Crimes Act, 2003

Section 35(1) provides as follows:

“Following an investigation the Commission shall report to the Director of Public Prosecutions on the results of an investigation”.

Section 23(3)

Without prejudice to the generality of section 23(3), the Director and an investigator shall have power to arrest any person for and charge them with an offence, and to detain them for the purpose of an investigation, to the like extent as a police officer.

Prevention of Corruption Act (Cap 65) repealed

Section 12

“A prosecution for an offence under this Act shall not be instituted except by or with the written consent of the Attorney General: Provided that a person charged with such an offence may be arrested, or a warrant for his arrest may be issued and executed, and he may be remanded in custody or on bail, notwithstanding that the consent of the Attorney General to the institution of a prosecution for the offence has not been obtained, but no further or other proceedings shall be taken until that consent has been obtained.”

Issues

  1. Whether the existence of a civil suit could be a bar to criminal proceedingsin light of the fact that the subject matter in the criminal proceedings was directly in issue or substantially in issue in a pending civil suit.
  2. Whether any prosecution of an offence investigated by the Ethics &Anti-Corruption Commission in exercise of its mandate under the Anti-Corruption Act must be preceded by consent from, the Director of Public Prosecutions.
  3. Whether the High Court can distinguish and depart from a Court of Appeal’s decision considering that is was bound by virtue of the doctrine of stare decisis.

Criminal law – Corruption – Anti – Corruption Commission – mandate of the Ethics &  Anti – Corruption Commission – whether the Ethics &Anti-Corruption Commission in exercise of its mandate under the Anti-Corruption Act must be preceded by a consent from, the Director of Public Prosecutions – Constitution of Kenya 2010, articles 157(6)(b), 157(12); Anti-Corruption Act sections 23,32,35(1),

Civil practice and procedure – stay – where applicant brought an application seeking orders to stay Criminal proceedings relating to alleged corruption before the Magistrates Court – whether the existence of the civil suit and the criminal case arising from the same matter could have been a bar to the criminal proceedings – whether the application had merit.

Precedent – doctrine of stare decisis – whether a lower court can depart from the decision of a higher court.

Words and phrases–definition of “result” – Oxford dictionary defines the word ‘result’ as ‘a thing that is caused or produced because of something else’

Held

  1. The existence of a civil suit per se could not have been a bar to criminal proceedings simply because the subject matter in the criminal proceedings was directly in issue or substantially in issue in the pending civil suit. Where civil proceedings exist side by side with criminal proceedings, the latter would only be stayed or terminated altogether if there was every indication that they were initiated to bring pressureupon a party to settle the civil suit.
  2. Apart from the existence of the civil suit and the criminal case arising from the same matter, there was no evidence that the criminal case was meant to exert pressure upon the petitioner and compel him into submission in the pending civil suit.
  3. The Anti-Corruption Commission was seeking, amongst other things, to have the transfer of the suit land cancelled and the land reverted to the Government. The Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission’s action was in no doubt consistent with its mandate under the Anti-Corruption Act. The issue whether its suit would succeed or not was for the trial court to determine. As far as the Attorney General’s representation of the applicant in that suit was concerned, it was for the Attorney General himself to consider whether such representation was consistent with the functions of his office more particularly article 156(4) (b) of the Constitution.
  4. The Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, New 8th Edition, defines the word ‘result’ as ‘a thing that is caused or produced because of something else’. The Dictionary further describes the word as being synonymous with the words ‘consequence’, ‘outcome’ and ‘repercussion’.  ‘The results of an investigation’ contemplated under Section 35(1) would therefore simply mean a ‘consequence’ or an ‘outcome’ or even a ‘repercussion’ of an investigation. An action taken at the conclusion of an investigation would, constitute such a ‘consequence’ or an ‘outcome’ of an investigation.
  5. The charging of the offender in court by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission would be the ‘result’, the ‘consequence’ or the ‘outcome’ of its investigations and would constitute a pertinent part of the report to the Director of Public Prosecutions as envisaged in section 35(1) of the Act.
  6. The Anti-Corruption Commission’s task under section 35(1) was not limited to a fact finding mission only, it had a further duty to analyse the facts gathered in the investigations and where appropriate, take action in line with its statutory mandate. The action taken was what would properly be described as ‘the results of an investigation contemplated by the legislature under section 35(1) of the Anti-Corruption Act.
  7. Apart from enjoying police powers, privileges and immunities in conducting investigations as provided under section 23(3) of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Act, the Director and an investigator could arrest any person and charge him with an offence. The same officers could detain any person for purposes of conducting an investigation just like a police officer would do. That was the reason why the commission’s premises were a gazetted police station.
  8. The investigation of a detained person referred to in the last part of section 23(3) of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Act could not possibly be referring to the same offence for which one had already been charged, the presumption was that a person was only charged once the investigations were complete and if for any reason an accused person was detained for purposes of an investigation, it had to be for an investigation of an offence other than the one that he had been charged with.
  9. The statutorily identified results of an investigation as expressed in section 32 of the Act was the making of arrests and charging the suspects in a court of law in appropriate circumstances. The arrests and the charging would of course be made after investigations and all that the Commission would be required to report to the Director of Public Prosecutions as ‘the results of an investigation’ pursuant to section 35(1) of the Act was that a suspect was arrested and charged in court with a corruption offence or an economic crime. The ‘arrest’ and the ‘charge’ would therefore logically constitute the ‘results of an investigation.
  10. Section 32 read together with section 23(3) of the Anti-Corruption & Economic Crimes Act, 2003 were tools available to the Commission to arrest and charge where, in the circumstances of the case, it was appropriate to do so. Those provisions of the law would be rendered superfluous and bear no meaning at all if it was to be argued that before any arrest and charge was preferred against any suspect, a report had to be made to the Director of Public Prosecutions. If that was the intention of the legislature it would have expressly stated so.
  11. It could not have been the intention of Parliament to clothe the Director of the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Commission’s investigators with powers to arrest and charge suspects to the same extent as a police officer acting under the Police Act and in the same breadth require of the Commission to act on its investigations only after a report had been made to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
  12. The statutory basis upon which the Commission could prosecute could  be traced in the Constitution. The Constitution was clear that the power to prosecute was not a preserve of the Director of Public Prosecutions; any person or authority could institute prosecution although the Director of Public Prosecutions could take over such prosecution with the consent of such person or authority. Criminal proceedings could be commenced by any person or authority, the Director of Public Prosecutions does not always have to be the initiator of such proceedings. The Anti-Corruption Commission was the sort of authority that the Constitution had in mind when it provided that that criminal proceedings could be instituted by an authority apart from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
  13. Article 157 (12) of the Constitution provided that Parliament may enact legislation conferring powers of prosecution on authorities other than the Director of Public Prosecutions. As far as the Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission was concerned, such legislation, conferring upon it powers of prosecution, could be found in section 32 of the Act.
  14. Though the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Act was conceived much earlier than the Constitution and therefore the enactment of section 32 of the Act could not be said to have been legislated from article 157(12)’s perspective; however, prior to the promulgation of the Constitution, individuals and authorities including public authorities and a host of other public bodies could still institute and prosecute criminal cases against any person without any reference to the Director of Public Prosecutions or to the Attorney General. Article 157 (12) would, not only be a recognition by the Constitution of the existing state of law at the time it was promulgated but it was also a realization that, in the interest of the public and in order for authorities such as the Anti-Corruption Commission to execute their functions effectively, or for such other like reasons, it was necessary that other persons or authorities besides the Director of Public Prosecutions be allowed to exercise prosecutorial powers.
  15. The legislature was categorical that a prosecution under the Prevention of Corruption Act, Chapter 65 had to be preceded by a written consent from the Attorney General, its intention was very clear from the outset and there was no doubt that any prosecution without such a written consent would have been fatal. There was no similar provision in the Anti-Corruption Act. Section 35 of the Anti-Corruption Act compared with Section 12 of the Prevention of Corruption Act had nothing to do with the consent to prosecute any offence under the Anti-Corruption & Economic Crimes Act, 2003 but only dealt with reports to the Director of Public Prosecutions on the investigations undertaken by the Anti-Corruption Commission. Such reports had to include information on the outcome of the investigations and any action taken upon it, which included but was not limited to arresting and charging suspects pursuant to Section 32 of the Anti-Corruption Act.
  16. There was no provision in the Prevention of Corruption Act similar to section 32 of the Anti-Corruption & Economic Crimes Act, 2003 the existence of that provision in the current anti-corruption legislation is an additional reason against any attempted analogy between Section 12 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Chapter 65 and  Section 35 of the Anti-Corruption Act; in the context of the current anti-corruption legal regime there is no comparison between the two either in form, substance or in effect.
  17. Provisions such as articles 157(6)(b), 157(12) of the Constitution and section 32 of the Anti-Corruption Act have deliberately been included in the current legal regime because prosecution, for instance of offences such as those related to corruption was not and shouldn’t be  an alien concept to any anti-corruption authority, considering the cancerous effect corruption has to the well-being of any country and in particular to its economy and considering how much Kenya could achieve as a nation without corruption, it should not surprise anyone that a body established and appropriately equipped to eradicate corruption had powers to prosecute those in the society who found corruption palatable. If, for instance, County Governments and local authorities  had prosecutorial powers and could prosecute people for such mundane offences like spitting on their streets or for relieving themselves in their alleys, Kenya’s priorities as a nation would be questionable if a body specifically established to rid the Kenyan society of corruption and which was generously funded and ideally equipped for that purpose was denied or was deemed to be deprived of what could be the most effective tool in executing its primary mandate.
  18. Much as the High court was bound by the decisions of the Court of Appeal by virtue of the doctrine of stare decisis, the Court of Appeal’s decision in Esther Theuri Waruiru& Another v Republic could be distinguished and validly be departed from. The Court of Appeal in the Esther Theuri Waruiru’s case held that the Anti-Corruption Commission’s power under Section 35 was limited to conducting investigations and making recommendations on, among other things, the prosecution of the person or persons under investigation”.

Application dismissed.

 

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Case Number: Criminal Appeal 192 of 2013 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Martin Muya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Prince Mwanzia Chambati v Republic

Citation: Prince Mwanzia Chambati V Republic [2015] eKLR

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Case Number: Civil Appeal 270 of 2005 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Wanjiru Karanja, George Benedict Maina Kariuki, Kathurima M'inoti

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Parties: Da Gama Rose Group of Companies v Stokman Rozen Kenya Limited

Citation: Da Gama Rose Group Of Companies V Stokman Rozen Kenya Limited [2015] eKLR

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Judge: Oscar Angote

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Judge: Nelson Jorum Abuodha

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Judge: Edward Muthoga Muriithi

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Citation: Abdulrazak Khalifa Salim V Harun Rashid Khator (as Administrator Of The Estate Of The Rashid Khator Salim, Deceased) & 2 Others [2015] eKLR

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Case Number: Civil Appeal 209 of 2004 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Philip Nyamu Waki, Patrick Omwenga Kiage, Agnes Kalekye Murgor

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Parties: Harjinder Kaur Sehmi v Standard Chartered Bank Ltd & another

Citation: Harjinder Kaur Sehmi V Standard Chartered Bank Ltd & Another [2015] eKLR

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Case Number: Constitutional Petition 27 of 2011 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Edward Muthoga Muriithi

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Parties: Midland Finance And Securities Ltd & Infotalent Limited v Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission

Citation: Midland Finance And Securities Ltd & Another V Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission [2015] eKLR

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Case Number: Civil Case 175 of 2010 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Samson Odhiambo Okong'o

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Case Number: Adoption Cause 60 of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

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Citation: In Re A.A (child) [2015] eKLR

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Case Number: Cause 118 of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Stephen Radido Okiyo

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nakuru

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Case Number: Cause 73 of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Stephen Radido Okiyo

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nakuru

Parties: Alice Muchemi v Nakuru Crater Pure Water Bottlers Ltd

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Case Number: Cause 396 of 2013 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Stephen Radido Okiyo

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nakuru

Parties: Samson Makamu Luvutse v Nakuru Spare House Ltd

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Case Number: Civil Suit 191 of 2013 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Rose Edwina Atieno Ougo

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Francis Wainaina Kirungu (suing as personal representative of the estate of John Karanja Wainaina) Deceased v Elijah Oketch Adellah

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Case Number: Cause 165 of 2013 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Nelson Jorum Abuodha

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Jeremiah Ngige Mungai v Equity Bank Ltd

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Case Number: Cause 214 of 2012 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Nelson Jorum Abuodha

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Charles Agini Musodah v Manjit Singh Sadhu

Citation: Charles Agini Musodah V Manjit Singh Sadhu [2015] eKLR

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Republic V Ndoro Chaka Mwamzuka & 3 Others [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 50 of 2012 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Martin Muya

Court: High Court at Mombasa

Parties: Republic v Ndoro Chaka Mwamzuka, Nyondo Chaka Mwamzuka, Jumaa Mgandi Mbovu & Athuman Chaka Mbega

Citation: Republic V Ndoro Chaka Mwamzuka & 3 Others [2015] eKLR

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Josphat Munke Ole Mpoe V David Waiganjo Koinange [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 365 of 2013 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Stephen Radido Okiyo

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nakuru

Parties: Josphat Munke Ole Mpoe v David Waiganjo Koinange

Citation: Josphat Munke Ole Mpoe V David Waiganjo Koinange [2015] eKLR

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Joseph Wambua Musembi V Athi River Steel Plant Limited [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 689 of 2013 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Nelson Jorum Abuodha

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nairobi

Parties: Joseph Wambua Musembi v Athi River Steel Plant Limited

Citation: Joseph Wambua Musembi V Athi River Steel Plant Limited [2015] eKLR

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H.T. Ole Diema & Another V Elizabeth Kimorgo [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Civil Appeal 200 of 2008 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Joseph Kiplagat Sergon

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: H.T. Ole Diema & Stephen Rukwaro Munoria v Elizabeth Kimorgo

Citation: H.T. Ole Diema & Another V Elizabeth Kimorgo [2015] eKLR

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Beatrice Adhiambo Odero V Smallholder Horticulture Marketing Programme (SHoMAP) [2015] eKLR

Case Number: Cause 353 of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Feb 2015

Judge: Stephen Radido Okiyo

Court: Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nakuru

Parties: Beatrice Adhiambo Odero v Smallholder Horticulture Marketing Programme (SHoMAP)

Citation: Beatrice Adhiambo Odero V Smallholder Horticulture Marketing Programme (SHoMAP) [2015] eKLR

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