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MP Oscar Sudi detained for two days pending bail ruling

Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi will remain in detention for two days pending bail hearing following allegation of incitement and speech were leveled against him.

The Kapsaret MP was on Monday arraigned before a Nakuru court where he was accused of several allegations including assaulting of a police officer, resisting arrest and illegal possession of a firearm.

The prosecution team present at the court pleaded with the court to have the MP detained for 14 days to complete their investigation.

They continued by revealing plans to review every single tape during his arrest where he accusing of assaulting the police and resisting arrest.

Sudi was arrested on Sunday following a dramatic search of the legislator leading to injuries and arrests on Saturday.

He however presented himself at Langas Police station before he was flown to Nakuru in the presence of his lawyers who have been with him all this time.

Leaders from different political parties and church elders have condemned both Sudi and Ng’eno for their utterances saying it could lead to ethnic violence.

Just like Sudi, Ng’eno was also arrested and released on Ksh 1 million pending hearing of the hate speech case.


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