A little humour is not bad at all in a place where serious matters are discussed. Speaking of humour, two suspects have left netizens in laughter after the police arrested them.
Jaffer Macharia and John Mwangi were arrested Kawangware and arraigned at the Kibera law court. The two suspects are believed to be drug peddlers. Jaffer being arrested with 18 rolls of bhang worth Ksh 2,700 while his friend had 5 rolls of bhang worth Ksh 1,250.
However, when the two were presented to court, Macharia said he only had five rolls while Mwangi said he had one roll of bhang. The two insisted that the police planted more rolls of on them.
“We take bhang because of the nature of our job. We collect garbage in the estates," said Macharia.Confirming the incident is Nation Media and the company reported that the two were released on a surety bond of Ksh 30,000 with an alternative cash bail of a similar amount.
The case will be mentioned on September 02/2021.
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