Jaguar offers support to ‘terror’ suspect
24 June 2015, 17:01
Nairobi - Celebrated artiste Charles Njagua Kanyi, popularly known as Jaguar has offered to support a ‘terror’ suspect record his music video.
Jaguar said he will support Matthew Kinuthia Maina who was arrested after he jumped over State House perimeter wall last week Friday and charged with terrorism by a Milimani court on Monday.
The musician said he had offered to help Kinuthia after he revealed that he wanted to seek financial help from President Uhuru Kenyatta to enable the production of his music video.
“I would like help this boy achieve his dream of recording. If you know him tell him to contact me,” Jaguar said.
However, Maina is still in custody after the court ordered that he be remanded for 8 days to allow Anti-Terrorism Police finalize investigations into his case.
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