Prosecution granted one more opportunity to collect evidence on Samuel Wanjiru’s death

The prosecution has been granted one more opportunity to gather evidence in the inquest into the death of long-distance runner Samuel Wanjiru.
The matter had been dragging on for a long time, according to Milimani Law Courts Chief Magistrate Wendy Micheni, and needed to be resolved.
When one of the defense attorneys failed to appear, he issued the order.
Before the inquest is over, the prosecution plans to bring five witnesses, according to the prosecution.
The matter was set to resume on February 8.
Wanjiru is alleged to have fallen off his balcony on May 11, 2011, at his Nyahururu home.

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