High Court stays Nairobi County Assembly decision to suspend Majority Leader Abdi Guyo
The High Court has stayed a decision by the Nairobi County Assembly to suspend Majority Leader Abdi Ibrahim Hassan Guyo.
Abdi Guyo (Spring Valley Matopeni Ward MCA) had been suspended for 1 year after missing 11 consecutive sittings.
The Nairobi County Assembly Select Committee on Powers and Privileges found that the MCA had missed 10 sittings between January 2020 and March 2020.
However, on Thursday, the High Court suspended the decision and gave the MCA unrestrained access to the assembly .
“For avoidance of doubt, the Petitioner shall have unrestrained access to the Assembly and its precincts and shall enjoy all privileges and benefits pertaining to the office of a member of the Nairobi City County Assembly pending the hearing and determination of his petition,” the court ruled.
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