For the fourth time, a court delayed judgment in the preliminary of three suspects blamed for engineering the 2013 Westgate terror suspects that left 67 individuals dead.
The decision on whether the three are liable of dread charges is normal Wednesday.
Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi has so far deferred the judgment multiple times, the most recent last being Tuesday night when he refered to time imperatives.
In front of the judgment, the Milimani law courts stayed under close security with officials drawn from the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit, standard police and the jail jailers.
The justice was relied upon to peruse the judgment in an open court under a tent however abruptly adjusted his perspective and chose to do it inside a court, where he declared the delay.
On his way to the court from his chambers, a cop conveyed the document for him. Officers are normally not agreed such treatment and security.
The court was filled by a battery of writers (both nearby and worldwide), court orderlies, police and family members of the blamed people.
Mr Andayi was planned to pass the judgment on Monday however he neglected to do as such on grounds that the equivalent was not prepared for conveyance as certain segments should have been tied up.
He had delayed it again on September 18, when he said it was not prepared because of the volume of work associated with the case that the arraignment cited 145 observers.
Mohammed Ahmed Abdi, Hussein Mustafa and Liban Abdullahi are accused of 12 checks identified with commission of a fear based oppressor act, connivance to submit a psychological militant act, offering backing to a psychological militant gathering, supporting a psychological militant gathering and being in the nation illicitly.