Court orders DCI to probe Ann Ngirita’s medical documents - 3 months ago, 13 Nov 00:08

By: Kamau Muthoni

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has been ordered to probe medical documents presented in court by a suspect in the National Youth Service corruption case.

Ms. Ann Ngirita had sought an adjournment of the case yesterday.

Milimani Anti-Corruption Court Magistrate Douglas Ogoti, while declining Ann Ngirita’s application, observed that the suspect had made numerous applications, which Mr Ogoti said he interpreted as “meant to scuttle hearing of the graft case”.

According to Ogoti, the argument by Ms Ngirita’s lawyer contradicted medical sheets she had presented to support her argument that she should be allowed to seek medical attention before the case proceeds.

He observed that the first sheet, allegedly obtained from a Kinangop hospital, showed she went for rehabilitation while the second one indicated that she needed a pelvic scan. A third one, the magistrate said, showed that she had gone for gynecological treatment.

“One medical sheet shows she needs a ...
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