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A rich businessman cries in court, as his bodyguards’ wives takes on him head on

By Paul Baraza | Mar 27th 2017 | 1 min read

There was drama at Milimani court after Paul Kobia attempts to attack magistrate protesting being dragged from hospital to face kidnapping charges.

 Paul Kobia while addressing the court started crying saying that he was still sick and the court has forced him to appear in court jeopardising his health.He tried to attack the magistrate but he was barred by the police.

Paul Kobia was dragged from his hospital bed to and taken to Milliman court alongside his bodyguards to answer kidnapping charges.

It was alleged that Kobia and his four bodyguards abducted a Congolese businessman and threatened him with a gun
Kobia’s lawyer asked the court to allow his client to recover first before answering to the charges.

Meanwhile, the drama continued outside the court when the wives of Kobia’s bodyguards took Kobia head on blaming him for their husband’s troubles.

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