Former MP summoned by court over sons robbery with violence case
Former Nominated MP Betty Tett and her husband William Tett were on Wednesday summoned by a Nairobi Court in a case involving their adopted son.
The court summoned the couple to ascertain the authenticity of the signature on Victim Impact Statement provided in court by their foster son.
“On April 8, 2019 I was served with a suspicious document and I would like to cross examine the alleged author who is William Tett and another witness concerning the documents,” said David, who was representing himself.
David is serving a life sentence after he was found guilty of robbery with violence against his foster father William Tett.
The matter will be heard on May 22, 2019.