COURT GIVES INVESTIGATORS MORE TIME TO PROBE HURUMA BUILDING COLLAPSE.

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Owners the collapse of a six-storey building that collapsed in Huruma at Milimani law courts.

BY SAM ALFAN.

A Nairobi court has allowed the police to have 2 more weeks to finalize investigations into the collapse of a six-storey building that collapsed in Huruma last month.

The investigations seek to unearth the persons liable for the loss of nearly 51 lives. Some under investigation are government officers who allowed the construction of the building on repellant land.

The Prosecution had asked a trial court to extend the time for investigations due to logistical issues including the gathering of evidence from multiple government agencies.

Brothers Mr Samuel Kamau and Mr Henry Muiruri, the proprietors of the collapsed building, are being investigated alongside Mr Chrispas Ndinyo, Mr Justus Kathenge and Ms Seline Ogallo and may face manslaughter and negligence related charges.

The case will be mentioned on June 7.

 

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