The court has finally ruled out and allowed Solomon Njoroge Kiore to keep the presidential seat to an institution or museum of his choice until the case is resolved.
Njoroge claimed that his company was offered a contract to supply presidential furniture after which the military returned the seat after two years of use by the late president Daniel Arap Moi.
The case has been in existence for the last 30 years where he claims that the cost of the seat in 1992 was Ksh 195 million a debt that has now raised to Ksh 700 million over the years.
According to Njoroge the seat is an instrument of power since it has been used by President for some time as specified above, and his call was prompted by the high cost of storage and therefore requested the court to be allowed to store it in the facility of his choice, where now he is calling upon international museum to offer storage and security until the court resolves the case.
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