The Anti-Corruption Court has postponed the hearing in Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s Ksh7.4 billion fraud case.
Magistrate Victor Wakulime accepted the DPP’s (Director of Public Prosecution) request for additional time to study the case.
As additional evidence was produced by Gachagua, the prosecution requested at least three weeks to review it.
The case will reconvene on Monday, November 21st, per Wakulime’s ruling.
Gachagua is charged with using dubious methods to gain Ksh7.4 billion from the national government.
Six charges of economic crime were filed against him by The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP).
Criminal acts such as bribery, money laundering, conflict of interest, and acquiring public assets dishonestly are all on the list.