The case of the three young alleged robbers has been further adjourned to allow one of them to get legal representation.
The trio including a 17 year-old juvenile were accused of a robbery a taxi in September last year.
The juvenile has already pleaded not guilty to the robbery charge while his co-accused 20-year-old Atley Saranga and Morris Kokoma 18 are yet to plea to the charge.
Jenny Namo of Public Solicitor’s Office yesterday informed the court she was just being allocated with the file for Saranga.
She therefore needs time go through the file and get instructions from her client.
Meanwhile Kokoma is still without a lawyer.
Kokoma was previously represented by Public Solicitor’s lawyer Sarah Karani but she withdrew her representation since Kokoma did not cooperate with her.
Principal Magistrate Fatima Taeburi yesterday warned Kokoma to cooperate with any lawyer allocated to him.
She told him that with him being a difficult client, no lawyer would want to represent him resulting in long delay to his matter.
Ms Taeburi then adjourned the matter to April 13 for Saranga to plea to the charge and for Kokoma to be allocated with a lawyer.
The three accused are facing robbery charge in relation to the allegation on 25 September 2015, where they allegedly hired a taxi and directed the taxi to Titinge, further up of Lengakiki.
There they allegedly robbed properties in the taxi.
One of the three accused allegedly told the driver to sit at the back while he drove the car.
The matter was then reported to police which resulted in the arrest of the three and the car retrieved.
Public Prosecutor Ishmael Kekou is prosecuting the case.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN