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Oloo's TNA fate yet to be known

07 March 2014, 17:03 William Korir

Nairobi - The High Court is yet to determine whether National Alliance Party’s Secretary General George Onyango Oloo will be kicked out of office.

Justice Isaac Lenaola Friday directed that the application filed by a TNA member seeking the removal of Mr Oloo from the party’s Secretary General Post be heard and determined before the decision is made by court.

Justice Lenaola also ordered Mr Oloo and the TNA party to respond to the application before the scheduled date for hearing and determination of whether to grant an order to remove him from holding TNA’s Secretary General Position.

“By consent let the Mr Oloo and TNA file responses to the application for a hearing on May 12,”said the judge.

The hearing and determination was to proceed yesterday however TNA lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi said that he was not ready yet as the party had not made any responses.

Mr Ahmednassir requested for time to respond which the judge agreed and hence set another hearing date.

Mr Mogaka Rogers Mugusu moved to court on Monday seeking order to have Mr Oloo removed from TNA’s Secretary General position, on grounds that he is a state officer having been appointed as Chairman of the Lake Basin Development Authority by President Uhuru Kenyatta through a gazette notice on December 23 last year.

Mr Mogaka claims that holding the two positions concurrently is in contravention with Article 77 of the constitution as well as the political party’s Act.

His lawyer Peter Langat told court that TNA may face deregistration due to failure to comply with both the Constitution as well as the Political Parties Act.

The non-compliance arises from the fact that Mr Oloo as a state officer is prohibited from holding a position in a political party.

Justice Lenaola had earlier declined to grant the order sought, and only certified the application as urgent and directed that it be heard on March 7.

The hearing was given a further date of May 12 since judges would be on Easter holiday vacation.


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