High Court declines to issue orders stopping the construction of LSK Arbitration Centre
16th October, 2014
The high court has today declined to issue orders stopping the construction of an ultra-modern four storey international arbitration centre worth Kshs. 1.2b in south c, Nairobi. The proposal threatened to tear the society apart after a section of its members opposed it saying the decision to build it was not unanimous. The lawyers further lamented the proposal that they each contribute Kshs. 39,000 towards its construction. They then proceeded to court challenging it saying they needed full material disclosure if they were to put money into the project. Meanwhile, LSK chair Eric Mutua has formed a committee to look into the concerns raised by members to find a way forward on how to manage the project.