DPP AND EACC GIVEN TWO WEEKS TO PROVIDE FORMER CHIEF REGISTRAR OF JUDICIARY GLADY BOSS SHOLLEI WITH CRUCIAL DOCUMENTS.

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Lawyer Paul Ng’arua with former Judiciary Chief Registrar Gladys Boss Shollei leaving Milimani law courts on Wednesday May 11,2016.

BY SAM ALFAN.

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Keriako Tobiko and Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) have two weeks to supply all copies of documents to former Judiciary Chief Registrar Gladys Boss Shollei and seven others relating to construction of Mavoko Law Courts building.

Trial magistrate Liz Gicheha made the order following a protest by the defence lawyers that they have not been supplied with all copies of documents relating to the construction of the courts.

In her ruling the magistrate directed the DPP and EACC to supply all the tender documents for Mavoko Law Courts, conditions of a contract awarded to two companies namely Timsales Limited and Economic Housing Group not supplied to the defence by May 24.

“The accused persons have rights to be supplied with all documents in order to prepare their defence before the hearing of the case,” the magistrate ruled.

The court had been informed by the EACC investigating officer Abraham Kuto that he had supplied all documents the prosecution intends to reply on during the hearing of the case. Hearing is set for August 29.

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