President Uhuru Kenyatta Principal Secretary For Defense Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed has 🐝 sentenced for six months in prison. Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on 6th September 2019 to Serve as Principal Secretary in the Ministry Of Defense but it seems the long hand of the law has finally caught up with him. According to an article published by K24 TV on the station Twitter handle, Ibrahim Mohammed has been charged for ignoring Court orders dating years back.
The physician by profession has been sentenced after failing to honour Court orders demanding him to pay former soldiers who have been demanding compensation for being detained after allegedly taking Part in 1982. According to Justice Jairus Ngaah, the Principal Secretary has been found guilty of failing to turn up in Court and explain why he did not honour Court orders. The ex soldiers have been seeking compensation after being released without prior reason. The case is resurfacing thirty years after the alleged attempted coup took place.
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