MERU SENATOR RESTRAINED FROM CALLING OR HARASSING WIFE KITANY.

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Meru Senator Mithika Linturi wife and former Deputy President Marianne Jebet Kitany who has obtained several orders against Linturi.

BY NT CORRESPONDENT.

Meru Senator Frankilin Mithika Linturi has been restrained from accessing his home in Karen.

This follows orders issued by the court that he should not access his Karen residential house.

The orders were issued after his wife, former chief of staff in the office of the Deputy President Marianne Jebet Kitany,filed a case in court seeking Linturi to permit her to enter other residence of Linturi accompanied by an enforcement officer for purpose of collecting her personal belonging.

“Granting applicant (Marianne Jebet Kitany) from the right to exclusive occupation of the shared residence being Mae Ridge Country Villas House and use of the facilities associated therewith by excluding the respondent (Mithika Linturi) from the said residence” Magistrate Orenge.

Senior Resident Magistrate I. Orenge further restrained Linturi from intimidating, harassing, stalking or engaging in any behavior which amounts to emotional, verbal or psychological abuse of Marianne Jebet Kitany and the six children.

The court further restrained senator Linturi from making any other contact with Kitany whether by telephone correspondence or otherwise unless otherwise permitted.

Linturi is also restrained from watching or loitering near the shared residence.

“Restraining Linturi from watching, loitering near or preventing or hindering access to or from the said residence ,Kitany’s office , business or any other place that the she visits often”. Ordered Magistrate.

Similarly Linturi has been prohibited from threatening to engage in cultural or customary rites or practices that abuse Kitany .

The magistrate further barred the senator from damaging or threatening to damage any of Kitany property.

Pending hearing and determination of the case, Linturi was restrained from physically or sexually abusing or threatening to abuse former chief of staff in the office of Deputy President Kitany, her staff and their six children or any other person associated with her.

The order was issued on 26 of October.

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