BY PAMELA CHEPKEMEI
Kenya: A court has allowed the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission to consult the Attorney-General about a case filed by Senator Beth Mugo over a report linking her to irregular acquisition of beach plots.
High Court Judge Weldon Korir directed that TJRC should file its response within 10 days after seeking advice from the AG.
Mrs Mugo sued TJRC last Friday seeking court orders to have it expunge part of its report mentioning her adversely.
Mugo says she owns property in Mombasa Nyali, but she purchased it jointly with her husband Nicholas Mugo.
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Mrs Mugo’s brother Ngegi Muigai has also sued TJRC over its report.
Her case will be mentioned on August 19 for further directions.