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Man blames bhang after admitting to be a member of Al Shabab

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A man has on Wednesday told the court the he admitted to be a member of Al Shabab among other charges leveled against him because he was under the influence of bhang.

Kevin Kitili admitted to charges of planning to attack various places in Nairobi told the court that he admitted as he was under the influence of bhang.

Kitili was also accused of traveling to Somali among other charges. Appearing at Milimani Court, Kevin has been charged with giving false information to the court.

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His sentence will be issued at a letter date.

Dusit attack

The case comes at a time when eight suspects have been arraigned in court for their involvement in the recent Dusit attack.

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The attack that happened at 14 Riverside claimed the lives of 21 people including the police, Oducobra among others.

Over 700 people were rescued after a battle between the terrorists and various arms of the armed forces.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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