the second time since the case started, Mr Musila was unable to take a
plea after his lawyer, Aggrey Simiyu, said he was not ready to do so.
Lady Justice Ong’udi directed that the case be transferred to Naivasha following an application by Simiyu.
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“Residents had bayed for his blood and they are also asking for the
identities of his lawyers. They have been outside the court, waiting to
see him and to know him,” Simiyu said.
The Daily Nation said Musila has another
murder charge at the Kericho court and it would be “imprudent” for it
to take on a second murder case involving Musila.
" In the
circumstances, I find it prudent to have this matter transferred to
another jurisdiction. The case is hereby transferred to Naivasha High
Court. The case will be mentioned on the 10th of this month,” Ong’udi
He refused to transfer the case to Nairobi as requested,
saying the norm is to transfer cases to the nearest court to avoid
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