De La Rue had moved to court to challenge Central Bank Of Kenya from inviting new firms to print the new design of Kenyan Currency.

The firm had accused Central Bank of trying to block local firms from the printing tender by restricting the tender to foreign firms.

They argued that the move will hinder growth of the local printing firm, damaging it beyond repair.

The firm wanted Conservatory orders stopping the tendering process which Justice Chacha Mwita didn’t grant.

Justice Mwita declined the stop the tendering process after CBK accused De La Rue of acquiring the tender documents illegally.

He insists that the veracity of the tender documents be found first before a determination.

 

 

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