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Alai arraigned in Court alongside prison warden Safari

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Blogger Robert Alai has been arraigned before Milimani Law Court Magistrate Sinkyian to answer to terrorism-related charges.

Robert Alai was arrested barely a day after posting photos of slain police officers who run over an Improvised Explosive Device, IED in Wajir.

The National Police Service condemned the act saying that it meant glorifying the acts of terrorism as well as cause despondency to the armed forces, families of the victims and the unity of the country.

Arrested alongside Robert was Prison warder Patrick Safari who is accused of sharing the pictures on his social media platform.

Patrick Safari was arrested in Kitui by DCI detectives who were tracking him after sharing the images.

Inside the court, the Anti-Terror Police led prosecution side has requested for 30 more days to complete investigations.

Also read: Blogger Robert Alai arrested by DCI over Wajir Photos

Alai, however, said that he will continue to speak for the poor police officers who are neglected and their allowances taken by “wakubwa”

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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