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Speaker Muturi’s son risks being charged of contempt of court

Post by : Sue Njihia

Brian Njoka Muturi is expected to appear in court on September 12 2022 to provide evidence to the court for a case he filed after  loosing over ksh720,000 and a phone. He had filed a case against  Dennis Wanjiku and the court states that Njoka had not been present during court sessions to provide the evidence needed.

The documented court cases show that Dennis Wanjiku supposedly robbed Brian Njoka a phone and over ksh 720 ,000 on various  occasions between 20th and 25th August 2019.

The court warns that if Brian doesn’t appear on the next dated hearing he risks being charged of contempt of court.

“contempt”, is the offence of being disobedient to or disrespectful toward a court of law and its officers in the form of behaviour that opposes or defies the authority, justice, and dignity of the court.

The case can further be adjourned to a later date or the defendant can also be acquitted and the case dismissed if the claimant refuses to appear.



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