Governors Moses Lenolkulal and Ferdinard Waititu have suffered another blow after the Court of Appeal upheld a ruling barring them from accessing office.
Appeal judges on Friday said that says order is a constructive measure and does not amount to removal from office.
Lenolkulal had in July appealed against Justice Mumbi Ngugi’s decision to decline to exercise her powers of revision over a ruling that bars him from accessing his office.
Lenolkulal, through his lawyers sought revision of the directions issued by the trial court, which gave interim orders prohibiting him from accessing county government offices, pending the hearing and determination of his case.
But Ngugi declined to exercise her powers of revision over the trial court decision.