By KBC Reporters
Police have been barred from arresting Mbita legislator Millie Odhiambo over her derogatory remarks on the presidency. Millie will be off the police hook until investigations on her conduct are complete.
The ODM MP will however be required to present herself to Parliament Police station this Thursday for further investigations.
The purpose of Millie Odhiambo’s appearance at parliament’s police station is to enable police complete investigations into her remarks on the presidency made during protests by opposition MPs over amendments to the election law.
State counsel Moses Omirera told the court that investigations are ongoing adding that once they are done they will forward the file to the Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko for directions.
Millie had moved to court seeking anticipatory bail over her imminent arrest following her remarks in the precincts of Parliament in December 2016.
Director of Public Prosecution, the Interior Cabinet secretary, the Inspector-General of Police and the Attorney-General have been named as respondents in the case.
A businessman has already moved to the high court seeking the arrest of Millie claiming her remarks bordered on belittling the Presidency which is a symbol of national unity in the country.
Police in Laikipia have exhumed the body of a businessman who was allegedly murdered and buried in a shallow grave on a farm in Umande in Laikipia East.
According to police, the body of the deceased was found naked with his hands tied with a nylon rope buried at the farm of one of the suspected assailants.
According to Laikipia East Police boss Zaccheus N’geno two suspects have been arrested in connection with the murder as they tried to flee to Uganda.
Hundreds of angry residents who gathered to witness the body being exhumed wailed and threatened to set ablaze the homestead. They said the suspect was a known criminal in the area who had been in and out of jail with various offences.
The body was taken to Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital mortuary. According to area police boss Zacchaeus Ng’eno, two suspects one of them being the owner of the farm have been arrested and are being held at Nanyuki police station in connection with the murder of the businessman cum farmer from Kalalu village in Laikipia East sub-county.
The two were nabbed at Malaba border as they tried to flee to Uganda. Police have also recovered the deceased’s vehicle.