A Kenyan court has given the people’s Republic of China 14 days to respond to a case. Moreover, the case involves Chinese residents seen in a recorded video clip whipping a Kenyan early this year.
The designated Court will deliver the judgment without the country’s input. For instance, if they fail to give responses.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, I.G of Police Hilary Mutyambai, Attorney General Kihara Kariuki in addition will submit their response. They need to give their responses within the stipulated time.
The court will confirm compliance with the matter and mention it on January 25, 2021. Simon Siro through his lawyer Stephen Mogaka stated that the time given to the defendants for responses had lapsed.
In papers filed at High Court, Oseko argues that Simon Siro is subjected to torture. In addition to that obscene treatment sexual harassment is also noticed being done by Deng Hailan.
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Most importantly, Oseko only wants justice. Nevertheless, It’s clear that he has no ulterior motive as he speaks at the time. Chinese Government had declared its support to Kenyan authorities due to the incident sparking an uproar in the country.
We support the Kenyan police to investigate the whole issue thoroughly according to Kenyan laws. Whoever violated the law will face legal consequences,” an excerpt of the statement read. SIMILAR TO Kenyan Court issues Verdict.
In conclusion,” The Chinese, Deng Hailan, and three other Asian colleagues lived in the country illegally.” Interior CS Fred Matiang’ i stated. The video recording seems to be done without the hotel officer’s awareness. It shows how caring Kenyans are to each other.Follow us in social media: