Civil_Case_167_of_2011 (1)

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REPUBLIC OF KENYA IN THE HIGH COURT OF KENYA AT NAIROBI CIVIL CASE NO. 167 OF 2011 SAFARICOM LIMITED ............................................................................................... PLAINTIFF VERSUS PORTING ACCESS KENYA LIMITED .......................................................... 1 ST DEFENDANT PATRICK MWEU MUSIMBA ........................................................................ 2 ND DEFENDANT RULING The Plaintiff has filed the suit which claims damages for libel and slander for publishing words and statement averred to be defamatory of the Plaintiff on 26 th April, 2011 and 28 th April, 2011 to cite these two publications may be apposite. “Only eleven thousand people so far have successfully changed their networks out of at least forty three thousand who have attempted to do so. The clearing house in charge of the number Civil Case 167 of 2011 | Kenya Law Reports 2015 Page 1 of 16.
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portability process, Porting Access says that the majority of these subscribers are on Safaricom and the network is dragging its feet in releasing them. The firm’s Chairman Doctor Patrick Musimba spoke to NTV’s Larry Madowo on this afternoon’s Prime Live calling for regulatory intervention ………… And this actually amounts to for lack of better terms, you know, cyber terrorism and its actually goes against the law. And this is what is being experienced currently. So, for instance, out of forty three thousand people who have made requests, we have only passed through eleven thousand requests, are the once which have been effectively been ported …. The balance again, within that 48 hour period the operators didn’t do what they are supposed to do. Those ported are still not receiving total service,
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