Drama rocked virtual court as Frederick Onyango Chere appeared in virtual court when he is half naked. Fredrick and Kisumu county speaker were facing a pre -trial case of corruption regarding 4 billion corruption case of Lake basin.
The duo were appearing before the Nairobi Chief magistrate Douglas Ogoti. In the trial Mr Onyango caused the drama when he appeared before the court when he is half naked to face the trial. Professor Ojienda asked the judge to force the accused to dress properly before appearing in court according to the conduct and requirements of a court proceeding. They were accused in engaging in 4 billion scandal as then ventured into project without following laid down procedures for procurement as well as abuse of office among other charges.
This move of appearing in court when half naked forced the judge to order the accused to dress properly before the proceeding could take place. The move by accused sparked reaction among the people with others indicating everybody is entitled for his rights for the mode of dressing he or she wants.
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