CORD MPs suffering from cold and chest pains
16 June 2016, 15:41
Nairobi - CORD MPs detained by Police over hate speech claims are suffering from cold and chest pains.
The MPs, who have been in Police cells since Tuesday evening, say that they want to be released from custody in-order to seek treatment.
They also want their bail terms agreed on as soon as possible as investigations into their alleged hate utterances continues.
The 6 leaders from the CORD Coalition are being held at the Muthaiga, Kilimani and Pangani Police stations.
" Most of the MPs being detained in Police custody are complaining of cold, flu and chest-pains," CORD communications man Philip Etale stated Thursday.
The MPs are being held for four days after being denied bail for their alleged utterances.
They will appear in court Friday for their bail hearings.
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