CORD, Jubilee MPs in Custody Over Hate Speech Claims And Law Breaking

Eight administrators yesterday spent the night in police cells as the State moved into take action against contempt discourse.

The administrators needed to persevere through coercive capture, a three-hour confinement in dim cells and a further detainment of four days in remand after police requested more opportunity for examinations.

They are presently are gazing at a Sh1 million fine or a correctional facility term of up to three years if sentenced. Their captures and arraignment in court was the summit of emotional scenes as police looked for them save for Celebration coalition’s Moses Kuria (Gatundu South) and Ferdinand Waititu (Kabete).

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Mr Kuria and Mr Waititu survived first light strikes at their city homes after they showed up at the Directorate of Criminal Examinations to compose explanations on Monday night. They exited DCI workplaces at 9pm in the wake of being without given bond.
Kimani Ngunjiri (Bahati) was additionally not captured after he exhibited himself to the police.

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