By refusing to grant him an anticipatory bail to stop the police from detaining him, the High Court of Kenya delivered Pokot South MP David Pkosing a severe blow. The MP was allegedly suspected of funding criminals in North Rift, according to reports.
Instead, the order's author, Justice Diana Mochache, instructed the MP to provide the DCI and the DPP with the necessary information so that they could deal with his desire to avoid arrest. The Milimani Law Courts will hold a hearing on February 23 because Mochache deemed the plea urgent.
The MP wanted an immediate anticipatory bail to stop the police from arresting him. Last week Pkosing was arrested by the police and taken to the DCI for interrogation. He was told that he is the person financing bandit activities in North Rift and using his helicopter to perpetrate banditry. He has however deviled all the allegations against him.
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