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Byline: Eunice Machuhi
A Mombasa judge on Monday struck out a case against the inclusion of Kadhi courts in the Proposed Constitution.
Justice Mohammed Ibrahim ruled that the High Court had no jurisdiction over matters affecting the constitutional review process. The case had been brought by Bishop Joseph Kimani, the Reverend Musyoka Nzui and Ms Agnes Mbinya, who wanted certain sections of the review law nullified, including one dealing with the Kadhi's courts.
The three, under the auspices of the Mombasa Pastors Fellowship, filed the suit against the Attorney General, the Committee of Experts (CoE) and the chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee …