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The Eldoret Claims Court has stated that it will no longer hear claims involving "eating fare" for ladies in the future. This decision was made public earlier this week.


This is a response to accusations made in court by a group of men who are dissatisfied that women have consumed their "fare" despite making promises to show up.

 

Senior resident magistrate Tabitha Wanjiku Mbugua of the Eldoret small claims court told the public during a public outreach platform at the Uasin Gishu police's annual Thanksgiving special ceremony at the Eldoret central police over the weekend that it would be hard to force these women to pay back the money.


She said that a number of guys have tried to take legal action against their partners who stole their money and did not appear for the dates they had scheduled.


"I have compassion for males who are cheated out of money by their female friends who don't show up to parties even if they've been invited." Others have asked for help from my court, but unfortunately, my court can't force these women to pay back the fee they were charged.


Others have asked for help from my court, but unfortunately, my court can't force these women to pay back the fee they were charged.


"I am unable to provide a verdict on this matter because the legislation governing the jurisdiction of the small claims court prohibits me from doing so," she said.


The judge emphasised that if the rituals failed to reclaim the money, the court would not be obligated to repay those who chose to seek the assistance of witch doctors.


"These examples of alleging that you engaged a witch doctor and the charms weren't effective cannot be asserted in our court," the judge said.


"There is no evidence to support such a claim." "If, after paying for services, the charms you purchased do not work, all you have to do to get your funds refunded is resolve the matter with your witchdoctor," Mbugua said.


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