- Elsewhere, former Kasarani MP Elizabeth Ongoro and her husband Ferdinand Marsha will also be back in court.
- They will be back for the mention of a case in which they are charged alongside seven others with embezzlement of Sh43 million CDF cash.
The Sh63 billion Arror and Kimwarer dams scam case against former Treasury CS Henry Rotich and nine others resumes today for hearing after a week-long break.
Prosecution witnesses are expected to testify in the case where Rotich was charged with abuse of office and willful failure to comply with procurement regulations.
Two weeks ago, the case did not make any progress despite the court issuing warrants of arrest to witnesses who had been bonded but failed to show up to testify.
After they were brought to court, prosecutor Geoffrey Obiri told the court he had no questions for his witnesses forcing trial magistrate Eunice Kagure Nyutu to discharge them.
The prosecution also sought to make an application for the court to recuse itself from the matter after the magistrate declined a request to adjourn the hearing for two weeks.
Obiri had argued that the incoming Director of Public Prosecutions Nelson Igonga needed to review the file and issue fresh directions with the state considering having the case withdrawn.
Graft case against ex-Nairobi Governor Kidero resumes for hearing
In a nearby courtroom, the corruption case against former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero also resumes for hearing.
Elsewhere, former Kasarani MP Elizabeth Ongoro and her husband Ferdinand Marsha will also be back in court for the mention of a case in which they are charged alongside seven others with embezzlement of Sh43 million CDF cash.
Ongoro served as MP for Kasarani between 2007 and 2013.
The matter is coming up for directions after trial magistrate Peter Ooko was transferred.