The High Court in Nairobi has coordinated the Nation Media Group (NMG) to pull down an analytical report named ‘Coronavirus millionaires’ from all its online media stages forthcoming hearing and assurance of a case documented by one of the organizations referenced in the confession.
Megascope Limited has sued NMG and Journalist Dennis Okari for connecting it to the multi-billion shillings embarrassment at the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) as reported by Citizen digital.
The insightful report demonstrated that Megascope was one of the organizations delegated by KEMSA to clear clinical supplies gave by Chinese extremely rich person Jac Ma after they showed up at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
It was additionally revealed that aspect of the Jac Ma gifts vanished in the wake of being cleared at JKIA, a case that has since been excused as false by KEMSA authorities.
Through its chief Richard Ngatia, the organization moved to court for the antagonistic notice of his business just as others remembered for the confession, including that the report has defamed the firm.
High Court judge Joseph Sergon coordinated that the case be referenced on October 22.