Kenya's most stylish and flamboyant governor Ali Hassan Joho was today found guilty of destruction of private property. Disobedience of a court order was also added to the charge sheet further escalating his troubles.
The Mombasa county governor was fined a whooping Kshs. 250,000 failure to which he will have to spend sixty days behind bars.
Justice Sila Munyao of the Environment and Land Court went through evidences provided before him and indeed found the governor guilty of destroying the perimeter wall belonging to one prominent businessman Ashok Doshi.
" Kenyans love peace and would like to live in a country where leaders lead from the front in respecting the rule of law. We want to live in a country that respects the rule of law and obey a court order," stated Justice Sila.
The judge also directed that Joho and his co accused Benard Ogutu MCA of Changamwe be remanded at Shimo La Tewa prison and only released upon settlement of their bails.
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