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Judge Lessit kicks out journalists during Nyakundi’s hearing

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Journalists have on Friday been kicked out of the courtroom by Judge Jessie Lessit during the trial of Lawyer Assa Nyakundi.

The revelations by Kenyans.co.ke says that the journalists were all ready to execute their jobs when they were unceremoniously kicked out of the court.

The journalists were however not given any reason as to why they not needed in the court.

Also read: Autopsy reveals lawyer Nyakundi’s son shot from outside the car

Lawyer Assa Nyakundi is currently facing trial for the murder of his son Joseph Bongoko who he reportedly shot dead in March.

In his defense, the city Lawyer said he shot his accidentally from the front seat of his car contradicting a statement from the government pathologist.

According to the government pathologist Johansen Oduor, Joseph from chest injuries from the gun that was shot at 90 degrees.

Judge Lessit is well known to be a no non-sense judge having refused to step down from Sharon Otieno case.

According to the accused, Judge Lessit was biased when he refused to grant them a bond.

Also read: High Court judge refuses to quit Sharon Otieno’s case

Speaking during a court hearing, the High Court Judge said that there was no evidence to prove that she has a conflict of interest in the case.

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