The High court in Mombasa has thrown out a case seeking to suspend the August 4 referendum owing to conflict on the inclusion of Kadhis’ courts in the proposed Constitution.
Among the sections the three wanted suspended include sections 30, 31, 32, 33, and 34. These sections deal with the civic education, the date of the referendum and the conduct of the referendum. The Mombasa Pastor’s Fellowship was represented in the case by lawyer Gikandi Ngibuini.
One more case filed by the clergy against the new law is pending at the High Court in Nairobi.