The 8 'hate mongers' taken to court at 5am to avoid clash with supporters
17 June 2016, 09:36
Nairobi - The eight MPs accused of peddling hate speech were Friday taken to court in darkness.
The MPs were taken to the Milimani Law court at 5 am.
This, according to police sources, was to avoid an ugly scenario where police would clash with their supporters.
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Police feared their supporters would attempt to block their appearance in court.
Jubilee's Moses Kuria, Ferdinand Waititu and Kimani Ngunjiri and CORD's Timothy Bosire, Florence Mutua, Aisha Jumwa, Johnstone Muthama and Junet Mohammed were arrested early this week for spreading hate speech.
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