PHOTO/VIDEO: Milimani Law Court Hold Sessions Under A Tree As The Country Records The 4th COVID-19 Case

Owing to the directive on Sunday of all courts suspending proceedings, the Milimani Law Court on Tuesday did the unthinkable, carrying out hearings under a tree.

The move saw the ever packed Milimani courtroom being deserted for the first time in history.

That was in observation of the essential guidelines put to help combat the transmission of coronavirus which continues to plague the world kenya lately having her fourth case.

Nairobi Senior Resident Magistrate Muthoni Nzibe led the proceedings seated behind a make-shift desk as lawyers and the prosecution made their submissions.

The country has so far confirmed four cases since Friday March 13 when the first one was confirmed.

On Monday, Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi said all critical cases would be deferred until April 15.

The country’s victims are currently isolated in a unit at Mbagathi Hospital.

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