Court Orders Police To Release Babu Owino’s Phone After Forensic Investigation
The Court has issued a directive to the Officer In Charge of Industrial Area Police Station, instructing them to release the mobile phone of Embakasi East MP Babu Owino and six co-accused individuals after completing the necessary forensic investigation.
“All other accused mobile phones to be released as soon as the forensic analysis is done,” the court directed.
During a recent mention of the case in which all seven individuals are accused of conspiracy to commit subversive activities, Magistrate Francis Kyambia specifically directed the second accused person, Calvin Gaucho, to file his complaint regarding assault at any police station within the Kilimani jurisdiction.
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Gaucho had brought up the issue in court, stating that he was slapped by the investigating officer and had experienced assault during the time of his arrest.
The seven individuals involved in the case are Embakasi East MP Babu Owino, Calvin Gaucho, Tom Ondongo Ong’udi, Michael Otieno Omondi, Pascal Ouma, Kevin Wambo, and Willys Owino Baraka. They were charged with conspiracy to commit subversive activities on July 19.
The next mention of the matter is scheduled for August 3rd.