• Thu. Aug 13th, 2020

THE DPP, DCI AND MEDIA ON THE SPOT OVER BABU’S CASE.

DPP, DCI AND THE MEDIA ON THE SPOT OVER BABU’S CASE.
Embakasi East mp Babu Owino
Embakasi East mp Babu Owino

DPP, DCI AND THE MEDIA ON THE SPOT

The court today banned the DPP, DCI and the media from commenting on the merits on the case between Babu Owino vs The state. Chris Ombeta raised an issue stating that the DPP overstepped by allegedly insisting the constituents of Embakasi East to recall his client. He also advised the DPP to stick on his lane and leave his client alone.

He also went ahead and stated that the said action by DPP are affecting his clients mental state. The submissions were tabled before Senior principal magistrate Bernard Ochio. The judge gave his ruling and booked the next hearing on 11th August,2020 to confirm whether Dj Evolve had recorded a statement with the police.

Dj Evolve
Dj Evolve At a past event.

This ruling comes days after a documentary aired by NTV surfaced, which showed the state that Dj Evolve was in.  Dj Evolve said that his life had been greatly affected because he cannot be able to fed for himself again. Kenyans took the issue on social media pointing the accusing figure to the Judiciary for delayed of justice.On January of this year Embakasi Mp Babu Owino allegedly shot Felix Orinda(Dj Evolve) at his work place in Kilimani B-club.  

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