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Sonko did not calculate mathematically
NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 22 - Makadara Member of Parliament
Gidion Kioko Mbuvi alias Mike Sonko was due to spend the night
in police custody, after an attempt by detectives to arraign him
in court became time-barred on Monday evening.
Mr Mbuvi had spent a better part of the day recording a
statement at the CID Headquarters on Kiambu Road before he was
moved to the Kibera law courts shortly before 5pm.
Reports however said they arrived at the law courts well after
the close of business, prompting officers to move the MP to the
Gigiri Police station where he was booked in to spend the night.
He was expected to appear in court on Tuesday morning to face a
fraud charge according to police sources.
The Makadara MP had arrived at the CID Headquarters at 11am and
was later taken to the court under tight security.
Mr Mbuvi has been in the limelight since his entry to Parliament
in a by-election. Soon after his election, he was involved in a
spat with a DJ at Capital FM.
Over the weekend, there were conflicting reports about the
possible arrest of the lawmaker leading to street protests by
Mr Mbuvi was elected to Parliament in September on a NARC Kenya
ticket in a by-election where he trounced former MPs Dick
Wathika and Reuben Ndolo.
He has however courted controversy since his entry to the House
with media reports suggesting he may have had crossed paths with
law enforces long before his entry to politics.
He prides himself in representing the welfare of young people.
News byte by Capitalfm.co.ke
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