The fraud case against Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter has been pushed to January next year due to missing documents.
Keter has been accused of forging treasury bills valued at KSh 633 million.
The prosecution requested the court to push the hearing, saying some treasury bills that were expected to be used as evidence had been misplaced.
Keter’s lawyer Kimutai Bosek, objected the move saying the case should be heard as soon as possible to allow his client concentrate on his official duties as a member of parliament.
However, Milimani Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi allowed the application for postponement and set the date for mention as January, 31st 2019.
In the case, Keter has been charged alongside two co-directors of Desai Industries.
The Central Bank of Kenya said the three had presented forged 90-day bills dated 1990.