Former National Land Commission chairman Muhammad Swazuri is set to appear in court on Tuesday over for his bail determination.
Swazuri, who spent his Easter holiday in police cell, was arrested on Thursday last week.
He is set to be arraigned in court alongside 10 other people over a litany of undoings while he was in office.
He is facing abuse of office charges and conspiracy to commit an economic crime among other charges.
The eleven denied the charges before the court ordered police to hold them pending further investigations.
Senior Principal Magistrate Lawrence Mugambi has pushed the ruling to Tuesday to give the prosecution team time to complete their probe.
Other suspects have also been directed to appear at the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission offices at Integrity House for grilling. They risk being arrested if they fail to honour the directive from the court.
The prosecution has, however, objected the release of the suspects on bond arguing that they are likely to interfere with the evidence.
Swazuri is facing charges alongside NLC director of finance and administration Francis Mugo, Commission's secretary Lilian Kavereng, former NLC chief executive officer Tom Aziz Chavangi, director valuation and taxation Dr Salome Munubi, and former NLC commissioner Emma Njogu.
Others linked to the dirty deals are advocate Catherine Wanjiru, Godfrey Muritu, Evahmary Wachera, Michael Oloo and businessman Samuel Rugongo.