Court gives Kuria 14-days to prepare for incitement case

The High Court in Nairobi has granted Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria 14 days to submit relevant documentation to the Court, following a case in which he is accused of incitement.

Chief Magistrate Teresia Nyangene issued the directive after the prosecution presented three additional witnesses to the case, including former Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Chief Executive Officer Apollo Mboya.

Kuria is accused of posting incitement message on his Facebook page last year, which allegedly portrayed that Kenyans of certain community were behind a terrorist attack that left four people dead, at Nairobi’s Gikomba market.

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