The victim in the defilement suit against UDA Mogotio MP candidate Reuben Kiborek has protested the continuous adjournment of the hearing of the case after the politician failed to appear in court on Tuesday.

A 16-year-old girl accused Kiborek of sexual assault on December 23, 2018, at Sarova Woodlands Hotel in Nakuru County.

Kiborek's lawyer said the politician could not make it to court because he was unwell.

However, the prosecution asked the court to issue a warrant of arrest for Kiborek if he cannot produce medical documents supporting his claims.

According to the plaintiff's lawyer, the case had dragged and violated the standard procedure that such cases should be prosecuted within six months of their registration.

The lawyer said the matter has been mentioned twelve times yet has not proceeded to the hearing because of several adjournments.

They demanded the prosecution of the matter to its conclusion once it came up for hearing in August.

“We demand from this honourable court, the prosecutor and the Director of Criminal Investigations to prosecute this matter to the conclusion when coming up for hearing on August 1," the lawyer demanded.

These came after the court had ordered Kiborek to have a DNA test at the Nakuru Provincial General Hospital.

The case has been scheduled for mention on August 15, 2022.

Kiborek, a former aide to a cabinet secretary had tried to contact the minor's family three years ago for an out-of-court settlement but the family responded with an application barring him from contacting them in