This is in addition to the previous bill he submitted.
In this new bill, the Sh.9,860,000 covers various expenses related to representing Jumwa in her criminal case.
These expenses include gathering the necessary information to represent her in court, examining the government’s opposing statement against her bail, and preparing a motion application urgently.
Jumwa had been charged with murder in this case, but the charges were later dropped by the Director of Public Prosecutions, and she became a prosecution witness.
Previously, Omari had requested Sh.17.4 million for representing Jumwa in a corruption case.
The legal documents filed at the Mombasa Law Courts reveal that this sum included Sh.10 million for the initial legal work, such as gathering information and preparing for the case.
An additional Sh.1.4 million was for creating legal documents and handling communications from the DPP, and Sh.3 million was for attending court hearings and mentions.
There were also other expenses related to printing, binding, and telephone services.
In the corruption case, Jumwa, along with seven others, had been charged with conspiring to commit a crime.