Home Court News Famers contends orders that suspended Sarrai Group’s operations in Mumias Sugar Company for 10 days.

Famers contends orders that suspended Sarrai Group’s operations in Mumias Sugar Company for 10 days.

by Robert Guyana

Gakwamba farmers have filed a petition seeking order to vacate earlier orders given by the court which stopped the operations by Sarrai group at the factory.

Through their lawyer Danstan Omari, the farmers said that the contracts had already been signed and arrangements made on the revival of the sugar industries and the farmers had prepared themselves thus any further stay of the operations of the successful bidder Sarrai Group of Companies continues tp occasion damages and losses to all parties concerned.

“The orders of 14/1/22 were granted as a result of material non-disclosure as revealed by the responses filed by the parties which are Ponangipalli Venkata Ramana Rao and the KCB bank of Kenya,”added omari in the application document.

He wants the court to compel Lambert Lwanga,Augustino Ochacha,Prisca Okwanko,Robert Mudinyu and Wycliffe Barasa who obtained those orders to be compelled to cater costs and or offer security for damages suffered and /or to be suffered because of the stay that was granted by court on Janury 14,2022.

Omari wants that application to be certified urgent and issue temporary orders to set aside the contested stay orders against Mumias Sugar Company.

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