Mombasa Court declines to adjourn Sh9 billion TSS case
SEE ALSO :More players eye cooking gas pieYesterday, Jelley, who represents Aweys, applied for a 90-day break, arguing that his client's former lawyer had not given him documents on the case. “I have not gotten the documents from the lawyer who was representing my client. He stopped representing him. I got instructions recently and I am not prepared,” said Jelley. But Senior Director of Public Prosecution Alex Muteti asked the court to reject the application, terming it part of tactics to delay the case. “Mohamed (Jelly) has not asked for the documents and statements of his client. I have them and he can be supplied without delay,” said Muteti.