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Hellon released on Sh20,00 bail, Quincy still held

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By | February 24th 2010

By Evelyn Kwamboka and Cyrus Ombati

Jazz player Nimrod Hellon Onyango is out on bail as police continue with their investigations into the Finger of God Church saga.

Hellon and five others were released on Sh20, 000 cash bail after pleading not guilty to the charge of being members of an unlawful society. His partner Quincy Zuma Timberlake remained in custody and is expected to appear before Makadara Magistrate’s court in a case in which he is charged with obtaining money by false pretences.

The prosecution yesterday told court Hellon and his colleagues were to accompany investigators to make some recoveries at an undisclosed place.

And police visited Hellon’s Runda home again and carried away computers and other documents. Another team of detectives visited former TV news anchor Esther Arunga at an undisclosed location where she is undergoing counselling and medical tests.

The detectives said they wanted to know if Ms Arunga was responding well and could record statements.

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