Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu is back in court Monday morning seeking to vary an order barring him from accessing his offices.
Justice John Onyiego directed Mr Waititu’s defence team and the prosecution to appear before the duty judge this (Monday) morning and argue the application.
Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji has opposed the application, stating that the Kiambu governor should stay away from office as directed by trial magistrate Lawrence Mugambi.
Over the weekend, Mr Waititu inspected projects in the county and insisted that he is still in charge and will execute his duties.
The move sparked an online debate with lawyers differing on whether the order barred him from the Kiambu County offices only and whether he can execute his mandate from another location.