Nairobi News


Hate speech MPs moved to Milimani Law Courts cells at dawn

The eight Jubilee and Cord MPs accused of hate speech are being held at Milimani Law Courts cells awaiting to be presented in court to be charged.

The legislators could be slapped with additional and more concrete charges when they appear in court, according to the National Cohesion and Integration Commission.

NCIC chairman Francis ole Kaparo has said the body would also “vehemently” oppose bail for the MPs, who have since Tuesday been in custody, with a magistrate and a judge refusing to grant them bail.