MUTAHI NGUNYI SEEKS TO BLOCK HIS ARREST OVER HATE REMARKS.

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Political scientist Professor Godfrey Mutahi Ngunyi who is seeking to block his arrest and prosecution over hate remarks..
BY SAM ALFAN.
Political scientist Professor Godfrey Mutahi Ngunyi has moved to court seeking to block’s arrest and prosecution over incitement to violence hate speech and ethnic contempt.

In an urgent application for judicial review over the decision made by the director of public prosecution Keraiako Tobiko, he wants police stopped taking any action against him pending the hearing and determination of suit.

Ngunyi through his lawyer Jennifer Shamalla, told Justice Joseph Onguto, that he is so apprehensive that the decision of the DPP might be taken up by the police before he is heard by the court.

The lawyer told the court that in a press statement dated October 5, the DPP ordered his prosecution over statement he posted in his twitter account.

M’s Shamalla urged the court to issue a temporary injunction to restrain, National Cohesion and Integration commission, director of criminal investigation and inspector general of police from arresting him.

The court heard that the decision to charge the applicant goes against the principles of fair administrative action has enshrined in the constitution.

Professor Ngunyi did post is his twitter accounts

“Raila should be put on trial. The judge” Poverty- stricken Luos and Luhya’s craving his bondage charge, selfishness, selfishness, selfishness, the message was posted on 18 August 2015.

He further posted

The luo nation is spell bound by Raila, period that is why they call him Baba like Nyayo, in fact the only Baba after Nyayo, mental slavery, same was posted on 21 August 2015.

He did post again on 23 August 2015 to the effect that.

” Peace to Raila and his slaves, no more attacks for now i promise my pledge is to the third republic, the youth Ngunyi has since denied and offered an apology.

The court certified his application urgent and directed that the same be served upon the respondents and the matter inter parties on 8 October 2015

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