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Lenaola Vs. Safaricom

Nattydread

Village Chief
#1
While THREATENING to sue Dennis Itumbi, Justice Lenaola is asking Bob Collymore to explain how the phone logs got into the petitioner's hands.

Justice Lenaola protests to Safaricom over call logs

For the record, let me declare right here that Justice Lenaola is a man of high standing who graduated top of all classes in an impressive academic career (second only to the inimitable Justice Jackton Ojwang, PhD. PhD.)

I agree with him that the telephone logs of alleged conversations with James Orengo and Moses Wetang'ula at the height of the petition were private and should not be used to impute anything like professional misconduct on the good judge's part.
 

Amused

Village Elder
#2
Kassin, iko taabu hapa. If I were the KAA MD, and you happen to come across a conversation I had with an international fake airplane parts hawker costing x100 times more than new, genuine parts that I could have bought for KQ, should such evidence be used to expose me?

My point is they were not discussing the health of their domestic animals but how to screw Wanjiku, figuratively. Admissibility in a court of law is a matter for more qualified folks but as long as they had ill-intent on matters public, then the info is pertinent.
 

Kigui

Village Elder
#4
Could be true or false. Lakini some of us take that backup. Test the backup, sometimes restore to some location, you cant see.
 

Mjuaji

Village Sponsor
#5
The earliest recorded evidence of the production of soap-like materials dates back to around 2800 BC in ancient Babylon.[8] A formula for soap consisting of water, alkali, and cassia oil was written on a Babylonian clay tablet around 2200 BC.

The Ebers papyrus (Egypt, 1550 BC) indicates the ancient Egyptians bathed regularly and combined animal and vegetable oils with alkaline salts to create a soap-like substance. Egyptian documents mention a soap-like substance was used in the preparation of wool for weaving.[citation needed]

In the reign of Nabonidus (556–539 BC), a recipe for soap consisted of uhulu [ashes], cypress [oil] and sesame [seed oil] "for washing the stones for the servant girls".[9]
 

Koolibah

Village Sponsor
#8
Nilisema hapa jana, in the mudfest judge ataumia. Lenaola kwani ako na phd to comoare him to ojwang. Yes he went to some kaschool huko Poro or thereabouts in the outskirts of maralal then alliance then uon. His private practice was lacklustre, chickening out of taking on the british army over unexploded ordinances that left some samburu people maimed, the elders pleaded with him but he refused. He only emerged at the ippg for the national image after he was recommended by minority rights ngos headed by akina korir sing'oei, yobo rutin etc.
 
#16
Their right to privacy is overridden by nation security concern and public policy.
You just lied to your Mungikidiots and to yourself. National security only comes in if and only when there's a criminal implication. In this case, his activities do not constitute a crime that's a threat to the national security.
 
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gashwin

Village Chief
#17
You just lied to your Mungikidiots and to yourself. National security only comes in if and only when there's a criminal implication. In this case, his activities do not constitute a crime that's a threat to the national security.
Are we rationalizing unethical/corrupt conduct now?
 

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