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He was also charged with failing to comply with the direction of airport officials telling him to step aside and allow passengers to board the aircraft, and that he attempted to board a flight having been instructed not to.
Bissue, who is also a Presidential Staffer, in a letter to the President in March, this year, decided to step aside to avail himself for investigations, after he was allegedly accused by Anas-Tiger Eye PI documentary on Galamsey fraud.
But after reading the public mood, Muthomi opted to step aside yesterday.
If that will help solve the problem, I will step aside. Don't mind me," said the respected taekwondo official.
'So we are applying to your Lordship to honourably step aside in this matter and let your other brother, or any other Judge, handle this case in the interest of justice.''
While acknowledging that it was Zahid's prerogative to not take a leave of absence until his criminal case is settled, the former minister pointedly said Umno members could invoke Article 9(2) of party constitution to pass a resolution for Zahid to step aside temporarily.
After six elections, two referendums, chairing 15 conferences and the SNP membership growing to more than 100,000, it is time for me to step aside from the role.
His departure was announced in an email last Wednesday, headed "Chief executive Tony Chambers steps aside - important message for our staff", which reads: "After six years of service to the Countess of Chester Hospital, chief executive Tony Chambers has decided to step aside from his post."
Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martins suggestion that she is automatically responsible for appointing a Chair for the inquiry into the process that led to Wally Haumahas appointment as Deputy Police Commissioner is false and she must step aside, Nationals Police spokesperson Chris Bishop says.
ANDRES INIESTA has confirmed his international retirement with an open letter in which the former Barcelona man said "now is the time to step aside" after Spain were knocked out of the World Cup by Russia.
ANDRES Iniesta has confirmed his international retirement by saying "now is the time to step aside" after Spain were knocked out of the World Cup.
He said, 'It is likely that this matter will take some time to resolve, and as there are limits to the information that can be discussed at this time, I think the right course of action in these circumstances is to step aside from the ASX (ASX.AX) board to allow the situation to be fully resolved.