The Chief Magistrate Who Pleaded Sakaja Guilty And An Imprisonment Of 3 Months

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Photo: Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja

Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has pleaded guilty for disobeying curfew guidelines on July 18th.

He appeared before Chief Magistrate Roselyn Onganya at the Kasarani Covid-19 Makeshift Court.
Mr. Sakaja was charged after being arrested on Saturday at a Lounge in Kilimani drinking alcohol after 9pm.
Through his lawyer, John Khaminwa, he did that lawmaker admitted that he committed an offence and apologized to the public.
He will either spend three months in prison or pay Sh. 15,000 fine.
Sakaja spent Saturday night in a police cell after he was arrested for violating the curfew orders that were set up to help contain the Corona Virus pandemic.
He was captured alongside three others after being found drinking alcohol after 1am.
“I move around the city when am oversighting but on Friday I was not on official duty. I was on the wrong and I have resigned from the Committee,” he said on Monday.

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