The 6 Police Officer's accused of killing the Kianjokoma brother's in Embu have today each pleaded not guilty of the murder charges for another time. This is after the six who are Corporal Benson Buthia, Corporal Consolanta Kariuki, Constable Mwaniki James, Constable Martin Wanyama, Constable Sang Nicholus and Constable Lilian Cherono appeared before the High Court Judge Daniel Ogembo in Milimani while escorted by heavy security.
Giving his rule, Judge Ogembo has demanded them be detained at Industrial Area and Lang'ata Women's Prison's until 22nd September this month of September when their bail is set to be released.
Precisely, the case has been heard even a time when the lawyer's representing them had demanded the court to have the hearing be postponed pending conclusion of their investigations.
The 6 are said to have killed the two Embu brothers Benson Njiru and Emmanuel for allegedly breaking the Covid-19 curfew time.
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