Embattled Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu will stay in remand until Friday pending his bail review hearing.
Justice John Onyiego directed Waititu’s lawyers to appear before him on Friday to argue the bail review.
The governor had written to the Deputy Registrar of the Anti-Corruption High Court seeking to have his trial file placed before the duty Judge.
In the letter, Waititu is seeking a review of the orders issued by Magistrate Lawrence mugambi.
He said the bail and bond terms are excessive.
Waititu is particularly aggrieved by the terms set by the trial court that he should not access the Kiambu county offices.
The issues for interpretation in the intended review are what is the effect of an order barring access to the office of a sitting governor and whether the bail terms are excessive, harsh and unjustifiable among others.