Karen land grabbing: Typing error terminates KES 8 billion land case

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Karen land grabbing: Typing error terminates KES 8 billion land case

Six suspects linked to the controversial Karen land grabbing case could be acquitted due to what the courts are referring to as a ‘typing error’.
Through their lawyer Hiram Kago, the former NSSF trustees have applied for their release following the acquittal of former Land CS Charity Ngilu.
Ngilu was set free two weeks ago following negotiations with the DPP, which according to Kago also applies to his six clients.
Principal magistrate Lawrence Mogambi has requested the Court of Appeal for clarifications on the orders, failure to which the six will be set free.
 

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