Judgement for the suspects linked to the 1.09 million wheelbarrows in Kakamega county has been postponed.
This comes after Chief Magistrate Bildad Ochieng’ postponed the judgement attributing it to pressure of work hence moving the judgement day to May 31st.
The individual in question were accused of buying ten non-carcinogenic wheelbarrows for use in a slaughterhouse in Bungoma County where one wheelbarrow costed Ksh 109,320 a case that caused public uproar in 2015.
Each of the wheelbarrows was supplied by Jagla Enterprises during the reign of former governor Kenneth Lusaka, now Senate Speaker.
The seven individuals include tender committee chairman Mr Howard Lukadilu, vice chairman, Mr Oscar Onyango Ojwang’ and accounting officer Mr John Juma Matsanza.
Others are Mr Ayub Tuvaka China, Arlington Shikuku Omushieni, Jacquiline Nanjala Namukali and Reuben Cheruiyot Rutto.