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Kethi theft case moved to 2014

18 November 2013, 16:58

Nairobi - A case in which lawyer Kethi Kilonzo is accused of stealing a voter registration slip has been moved to March 2014, reports Capital News.

The case was set to continue Monday but the lawyer's defence team argued that it was not ready to proceed because the prosecution had failed to provide them with witness statements.

According to the report, Chief Magistrate Waweru Kiarie agreed to the adjournment after the prosecution admitted it had failed to part with two witness statements.

Kethi was charged in September alongside former IEBC official Godfrey Lempiso for the theft of a voter registration slip valued at KES 5.

- For more visit Capital News.


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