Miguna Miguna Charged in Kajiado - DPP Confirms

  • The Director of Public Prosecution Mr Nicholas Mutuku on Tuesday told the court that Miguna Miguna is alive and has been charged before Kajiado Law Courts.

    Mutuku further stated that there was no need to hold Inspector General Joseph Boinnet and DCI boss George Kinoti in contempt of court.

    During the hearing at Milimani Law Courts, Miguna's lawyers, however, demanded he be brought to Milimani Court in Nairobi. 

    [caption caption="Alleged Charge Sheet"][/caption]

    [caption caption="Alleged Charge Sheet"][/caption]

    The High Court further directed the DPP to appear before court at noon to confirm whether Miguna was indeed charged.

    A ruling on contempt of court by IG Boinnet and Kinoti is set to be delivered at 2pm.

    Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale on Monday attacked Canada over the arrest and detention Miguna saying they should have championed for his rights.

    Khalwale made reference to Miguna's dual citizenship (Kenyan/Canadian) challenging the country for failing to jump to his defense.

    "My understanding is that our brother, @MigunaMiguna holds a dual Kenya/Canadian citizenship.

    "Even if they cared less about us Kenyans, at least the western world should've pressurised for the immediate release of a Canadian. Hypocrites!," he wrote on his official Twitter page.

    Mr Miguna was arrested last Friday, and on the same day, High Court Judge James Wakiaga granted him a Sh50,000 bond but the police failed to release him.

    [caption caption="Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale"][/caption]