JOMOS FIREARM WIN

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On 21st of July 2023, police officers raided the house of former president Uhuru Kenyatta’s son Jomo in Karen and asked him to surrender his firearms’ and revoked his firearm license.

Jomo moved to court and filed a case against the State, Firearms Licensing Board and the Chief Licensing officer arguing the process of revoking his license was unconstitutional.

Today, a High Court judge, Jairus Ngaah stated that the case has been settled through consent after the state Counsel Munene Wanjohi consented with Jomo’s legal team through his lawyer Fred Ngatia and agreed that the Firearms Licensing Board would not interfere with the former president’s son’s firearm license.

By consent, this matter is marked as settled; That the first and second respondents do not intend to withdraw and or interfere with the applicant’s firearm license(s); That the 1st and 2nd respondents shall abide with the procedure set out in the Firearms Act in dealing with the applicant,” read a consent adopted by High Court Judge Jairus Ngaah.

 

 

 

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