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One charged NTSA official pleads for release

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Jacqueline Githinji one of the NTSA suspects arrested for investigation in the Dusit attack has pleaded with the court to reverse the decision.

The mother of three says that she has been held unconstitutionally as investigations continue.

She further added that she is ready to take a leave from her current position on the company to assist in the investigations.

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Jacqueline was arrested alongside five others to establish the truth behind the issuance of double vehicle plate numbers just like the one used by the terrorist Dusit attack.

Speaking through her lawyer, Jacqueline who is currently being held at Muthaiga police cell says that she has been held without any charge sheet and the 30 days period is unreasonable.

Also read:Three Dusit suspects freed by the court,no links found

She further said that she is willing to assist the police in the investigation and will abide to the court ruling after she is released.

The prosecution team pleaded with the court to allow them 30 days to complete investigation into the matter.

The six NTSA officials were arrested following a double registration number plate of KCN 304E that was used by the terrorist in Dusit attack which was similar to a vehicle found in Kitengela.

The case will be heard on Thursday February 7th 2019.

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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