Briton’s trafficking case moved to November
A case in which Briton Jack Wolf (pictured) was charged with trafficking 99.7kg cocaine worth Sh598 million was adjourned yesterday to November 9. Wolf was charged alongside Roy Francis Mwanthi of trafficking the drugs through the Kilindini Port on July 29. Prosecutor Mungai Warui told the court he was not ready to proceed as the report from the government chemist was not ready. The case will be heard on November 9 and 11.