The Muthaiga Police Station cell I was kept in was deplorable and unfit for human use.
The floor is bad. Though there was water and we could clean ourselves, no human being should be subjected to such treatment. The situation was inhumane and is not even fit for criminals.
We were not allowed to change our clothes.
Imagine a woman staying in the same clothes for four days. Visits by relatives and friends were denied. Most of our relatives came but they were not allowed to see us. Only my son and CORD co-principals were allowed to see us once.
I will go back to Muthaiga and pay for the refurbishment of the floor of the cell where I spent three days, so that the next ‘guests’ can stay in a dignified place.