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Duba’s case to go on but he remains Town Clerk

11 May 2012, 14:16

Nairobi - The High Court on Friday reinstated a case challenging the appointment of Roba Duba as Nairobi Town Clerk, however an order issued reinstating Duba will remain in force as the case continues.

Capital News reports Justice Mohammed Warsame said he had dismissed the case and reinstated Duba after the petitioner Patrick Njuguna failed to appear in court on May 8.

It however turns out that the case was in fact listed for hearing on May 18 and not May 8 as earlier thought.

- For more visit Capital News



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