21 April 2017

Kenya: Police Ordered to Testify in Uhuru Car Theft Case

Seven police officers have been ordered to testify in a case against five suspects accused of violently robbing President Uhuru Kenyatta's guard of an official escort car three years ago.

Nairobi chief magistrate Francis Andayi issued the summons after he was told that the seven could not be reached on phone.

The prosecution had said the officers failed to show up despite being served.

Hearing resumes on June 19.


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