Safaricom Top Manager Off The Hook In Traffic Offence Case

Safaricom manager Sylvia Mulinge is off the hook in a traffic case.

This was after the High court barred the police and DPP from arresting and prosecuting her.

Justice George Odunga prohibited the agencies from arresting or prosecuting Mulinge for the offence of causing the death of a minor by dangerous driving.

In a judgement read on his behalf by Justice John Mativo, Odunga further ordered that Mulinge should not be charged at the Kibera law courts.

He said the status quo remains unless the police and DPP have satisfactory evidence that the circumstances have changed to warrant a review of the initial decision not to charge her.

Mulinge had moved to court in a bid to stop her arrest arguing that there was malice from the police to charge her for an offence that occurred in February 2015.

She had initially been cleared of any wrongdoing.


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