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Obado to know his fate on October 24, judge rules

2 months ago, 12 Oct 17:07

By: Dzuya Walter

Migori Governor Okoth Obado will remain in remand prison until October 24 when the court rules on his bail application.

High Court Judge Jessy Lessit said she would deliver a ruling on whether Obado and his co-accused will be granted bail or not after 12 days.

The court gave out the date after hearing submissions from parties in the case.

The prosecution insisted that Obado and his co-accused Michael Oyamo and Caspal Obiero should not be released on bail.

 


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Obado to know his fate on October 24, judge rules

2 months ago, 12 Oct 17:07

By: Dzuya Walter

Migori Governor Okoth Obado will remain in remand prison until October 24 when the court rules on his bail application.

High Court Judge Jessy Lessit said she would deliver a ruling on whether Obado and his co-accused will be granted bail or not after 12 days.

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