company (Portside Freight Terminals Limited) is allowed to challenge
KRA’s decision to suspend its licence. In the meantime, a stay is
granted suspending the respondent’s decision to stop the company’s
operations until the suit is heard and determined,” ruled Justice PJ
The Standard reported that the companies, through lawyers Paul Buti and
Dennis Mosota, had argued that the KRA’s decision to suspend the
companies' licence was in bad faith and meant to achieve ulterior
The revenue collector stopped operations at the CFSs last week,
accusing them of handling smuggled goods including sugar, ethanol and
Joho's family denied ownership of the goods impounded at the port last year, saying they belonged to a client.
a statement on Saturday, KRA commissioner General John Njiraini accused
the CFSs of not complying with an order to re-open and shut them once
the goods were cleared.
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