Kenya: Businesswoman Fights for Immigration Case
By Alphonce Gari, 8 November 2012
A businesslady in Malindi is angry with the DPP's office and the Immigration for delaying a high court case she is involved in. Izana Mohamed Ali 40, says the case has been dragging on for the eight months.
The director of Multiracco Services company she now wants DPP Keriako Tobiko and Chief Justice Willy Mutunga to intervene. She had filed a constitutional petition at the Malindi High Court on March 26 but the case has been adjourned seven times.
Ali wants a case she has at the lower court to be dismissed. Speaking yesterday at courts Ali said the criminal case was a violation of her rights and freedoms.
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