A man is charged with conspiracy to attack the KICC
SEE ALSO :The unseen war - Part 2The prosecution, led by Harrison Kiarie, opposed his release through a sworn affidavit, which claimed the suspect's conduct portrayed him as an influential person on social media and could interfere with witnesses. “Your honour, the suspect has other associates outside and within the country, and the security officers are pursuing them. I submit that his release will jeopardise their arrest and investigations,” Kiarie said. The suspect's lawyer, Mwita Chacha, told the court he was not opposed to the prosecution application, but that he had instructed his client not to incriminate himself. Hold client “Your honour, even as the prosecution seeks to hold my client for 14 days, let it be recorded that my client has been in their custody for 76 days, during which time he cooperated with the police,” Mr Chacha said. The ruling on the bail opposition will be heard on April 9. Meanwhile, the suspect will be remanded at the Anti-Terror Police Unit.
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