(i) to file and serve on the Claimant a revised or supplemental affidavit which complies with the terms of PO 5a;
(ii) to procure a search of any documents held by the Respondent’s former counsel (Hunten & Williams LLP and Mkono & Co) which may be responsive to the orders made in PO 5a;
(iii) to complete, as a mater of urgency, any ongoing searches for documents in response to PO 5a; and
(iv) to produce to the Claimant any further documents as may be located which are responsive to the orders set out in PO 5a.
"If the respective party is unable to produce a document so ordered, it (by an individual with primary responsibility for the instruction, coordination and supervision of the search for relevant documents) shall affirm an affidavit deposing to the reasons why the documents so ordered to be produced are not able to be disclosed. If appropriate, the affidavit should also state what searches were made and by whom and, in relation to any documents or categories of documents which are said never to have existed or, if they existed, cannot now be identified or found, give a full explanation of what documents within the categories sought are likely to have been brought into existence, what systems were in place for the retention and recovery of documents, and why documents which may have existed can no longer be found."
"the President’s Office, the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, the Ministry of Finance and Planning, the Attorney General’s Chambers, the Clerk of the National Assembly, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, the Bank of Tanzania, the National Audit Office, the Business Registrations and Licensing Agency (BRELA), the Registration of Insolvency Trusteeship Agreement (RITA) and TANESCO."14
a. The Respondent shall immediately enquire of Hunton & Williams LLP and Mkono & Co, its former lawyers, if any document exist which may be responsive to any of the Requests as ordered in Procedural Order 5a. If any be made available, the Respondent shall (subject to any claim for privilege), disclose the same.
b. No Order is made on the Claimant’s application for a supplemental affidavit to be served by the Respondent.
c. The Respondent be granted up to 28 February 2018 to complete its disclosure as directed in Procedural Order 5a and as amended herein.