The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) has not made a decision on the file forwarded to him over the death of Safari Rally driver Asad Khan, a court was told Monday.
The Investigating Officer told the court that investigations into the matter are complete and the file is before the DPP for a recommendation.
Maxine Wahome was arraigned under a miscellaneous application but she has not been charged with any offense.
Asad Khan’s family lawyer Dunstan Omari objected the move by the police to close the miscellaneous application.
Omari said that the police have not disclosed their recommendations, arguing that closing the miscellaneous application without charging anyone is a setup.
A lawyer representing the landlord of the premise where the incident happened asked for access to the house, saying that he is suffering a loss of income.
“As of now we have arrears of Ksh.269,500…it’s our request that the IO gives back the premises to the landlord so that he does not continue to suffer a loss of income, given the admission that the investigations are done,” the court was told.
Police said the keys will be released to the landlord once the DPP gives directions on the matter.
A ruling will be delivered on February 15, 2023.