Most of the time, the Kenyan courts have been applauded for delivering justice.
A post by sikika road safety has attracted the attention of many kenyans. This is after they revealed that a motorists had been freed on a ksh50,000 fine for allegedly killing a seven year old pupil.
According to the post, a city motorist by the name Rodgers Omondi knocked and killed a pupil at a Zebra crossing near the Lang'ata Barracks gate in Nairobi on march 9th 2019. However, he was set free by Senior Principal Magistrate Philip Mutua of a Kibera court after paying a fine of ksh50,000.
Even though the court gave judgement according to the traffic rules, some kenyans were not satisfied with the rulling. Others however took to defend the court while giving various reasons for the judgement.
Below are screenshots of what some kenyans had to say.
Do you think the court was right in its judgement? Please leave your comments below.
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