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Kilimani Mums admins take supremacy battle to court

The administrators of a popular Facebook group have taken their supremacy battles to court after a dramatic fallout.

Magdalene Nzisa, a lawyer who started the Kilimani Mums Facebook group, has taken the co-admin Purity Nduta to court.

Ms Nzisa served Ms Nduta with a notice of the suit on Tuesday through an advertisement in the media.

Ms Nzisa has since removed Ms Nduta as a co-admin of the group.


The case, whose details Nairobi News is yet to obtain, will be heard on Friday at the Milimani Commercial Court.

Ms Nduta together with one other defendant Irene Mwende have been warned that failure to appear in court will lead to the matter being heard in their absence.

“Take note that a Plaint and Notice of Motion Application have been filled in the Chief Magistrate Court at Nairobi, Milimani Commercial Courts in civil suit no. 148 of 2017 in which you are named as the defendants.

“Service of the summons on you has been ordered by means of this advertisement. A copy of the Summons, the Notice of Motion Application and Plaint may be obtained from the court at the Chief Margistrate’s court at Nairobi, Milimani Commercial courts registry,” read the advertisement.


“And further take notice that, unless you enter an appearance within 15 days of today’s date, the case will be heard in your absence,” concluded the advertisement.

Serving defendants through the media is a common practice in law in cases where the lawyers of the Plaintif are unable to locate the Defendants and serve them.

The advertisement has sparked mixed reaction in the popular women group as their await Friday when their admins will appear in court.