Court to decide Gladys Boss Shollei’s graft case charges
The Anti-Corruption Court will on May 15, 2017 make a ruling on whether the prosecution will be allowed to amend particulars in charges facing former Judiciary Chief Registrar, Gladys Boss Shollei and seven others.
The prosecution on February 22, 2017 made an application before Senior Principal Magistrate, Liz Gicheha, to have the amendments to suit the entire case.
The defence, however, opposed the application attacking the prosecution for being shoddy in their work.
They further argued that should the charges be amended, it will lead to a fresh start of the case as charges will be read afresh to the accused persons which may prejudice the case.
The prosecution told the court that should the amendments affect the defence case, they would not mind recalling some witnesses who have already testified.
Gladys Boss Shollei was charged alongside seven other judicial employees for abuse of office and willful failure to comply with procurement laws while tendering for prefabricated court buildings.
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