The arrest and detention of nine former security officers from the disbanded Secret Service Unit (SSU) is taking a new twist. This is after the nine former SSU officers on Thursday told the court that the state is trying to push them to implicate Uhuru's and Kinoti's names into the disappearance of the two foreign Indian nationals.
(Photo courtesy; ex-president Uhuru Kenyatta)
The nine officers' lawyer Danstan Omari told the court that some individuals are pushing his clients to become state witnesses towards the case concerning the disappearance of some two foreign individuals. Omari noted that the nine officers are being forced to give negative details about some former powerful individuals.
(Photo courtesy; Lawyer Danstan Omari)
"The state is already aware of what answers they are supposed to give. If they are to be set free, they have to implicate their seniors." Lawyer Danstan Omari told the court.
Meanwhile, in the recent past few days, the country has been facing a number of shocking revelations about extra-judicial killings. This included the disappearance of two Indian nationals who were allegedly part of Kenya Kwanza campaign team.
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