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The young man who appears to support the opposition leader Raila Odinga has been seen frequently on the media uttering aggressive sentiments against the president.Shandrack Omondi Orwa was charged with creating disturbance in a manner likely to cause a breach of peace contrary to Section 95 (1) (b).
Mr Omondi was charged with shouting and uttering the words “Maandamano tutaenda…makarao ni wachache wataumia serious (we’ll demonstrate… there are very few police officers… they will get hurt)” to police officers on patrol in the area.
Shadrack Omondi Orwa was charged with allegedly insulting the President and inciting members of the public to cause violence after attending a Bunge La Mwananchi meeting at Jacaranda Grounds in Nairobi’s Eastlands area on March 3 this year.
According to Nation, Omondi allegedly used words that are demeaning to the presidency and also allegedly incited members of the public to cause violence against officers patrolling the grounds by threatening to stone them.
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