Tunoi tribunal visits Westlands petrol station where ‘money changed hands’
The tribunal investigating the sh200 million bribery allegations against suspended Supreme Court judge Phillip Tunoi on Wednesday visited the scene where the alleged act was committed.
Tribunal chairman Sharad Rao and his colleagues, together with armed police officers and journalists, descended at the Petro petrol station in Westlands for a reenactment of the incident as claimed by journalist Mr Geoffrey Kiplagat.
During the mock handover of the bribe, a black bag – said to have been used to carry the bribe – was used for demonstration.
The tribunal is investigating claims that Justice Tunoi received the bribe from Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero so as to influence an election petition filed against him by the current Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu.