Court says it cannot issue orders on summons
High Court Judge Daniel Musinga has declined to issue orders stopping Government officers from effecting summons issued by the International Criminal Court.

The judge yesterday declined because of a consent order that was recorded in January by some lawyers in another ICC matter, filed by businessmen Jackson Mwangi and James Kuria.

"I doubt if I can grant any substantive order as a single judge because of the January order," he said after certifying the case urgent.

The judge said he would only hear the case touching on summons if lawyers who recorded the January consent in the matter


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