Court drops hate speech charges against Moses Kuria, Ferdinand Waititu
The court said the video evidence presented was not sufficient to incriminate them
Court has dropped hate speech charges against Gatundu MP Moses Kuria and his Kabete counterpart, Ferdinand Waititu.
The two were arrested in June last year after they were caught on camera making inciting remarks against opposition leader Raila Odinga. They were detained for four days and released on KES 2 million bail pending investigations.
On Monday, Milimani senior principal magistrate Charity Aluoch acquitted them saying that the video evidence presented before court was not enough to incriminate them.
Kuria and Raila have already reconciled.