After the courts nullified Jubilee win in 2017 elections, a majority of Jubilee party members embarked on campaign trails, with most of them downing military like attires.
With the former Nairobi governor now in court for allegations of having a military attire contrary to the section that govern the use of it, many legislators and supporters may find themselves in a tight spot.
Sonko is accused of wearing similar attire to that of the military, and his case could possibly open way for more to be prosecuted, if the court rules in the favour of the prosecutor.
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