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Philip Moi arrested in Nairobi

26 November 2012, 13:46

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports that, Philip Moi was on Monday arrested at his Nairobi home and is expected to be arraigned in court.

In July, his estranged wife succeeded in an application to extend jurisdiction under which her husband can be arrested.

Justice GBM Kariuki allowed an application by Rossana Pluda, through her lawyer Judy Thongori, seeking to extend the jurisdiction under which Moi can be arrested for failing to pay her maintenance fee as had been ordered by the court, to be extended to cover the entire country. 

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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