The high  court has extended an order  suspending Kenya Society of Physiotherapists (KSP) annual general meeting.
Two aggrieved members of the society, Dr Catherine Wambui and Henry Opondo approached the court  saying  AGM which was scheduled to take place then on November 7 2018 was against  the organization constitution.
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They told the court that a meeting organised by  National Officials of KSP, that is Dr Daniel Nyamogo Sagwe being the chairman of the  society did  not fall under  organization’s  constitution of the 2010.
Current officials
The petitioners claim that  the current officials have been in office  for over six years contrary to what is provided for and they have allegedly changed  the constitution to allow them stay in office longer in total violation of  the rights of other members.
“KSP was registered as a successor to the East African Association of Physiotherapists on  June 8 1998, it has membership of 2300, who should be consulted on matters pertaining to their affairs” the petitioners contend.
Fundamental rights
They say that the  officials have  infringed  their  Fundamental Right as contained in the Bill of Rights under article 23 of the constitution 2010.
The CEC  intends to conduct elections without following the principles laid  down under the constitution, which the court is being asked to restrain the defendants.
The judge  directed parties to respond to the petition and the matter be mentioned on   May 8 2019 to confirm compliance.
 This decision means that no elections can be conducted till the matter is heard and determined.