Court orders MP Bosire’s security reinstated

April 12, 2016 1:02 pm
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Bosire refused to stand up when President Uhuru Kenyatta asked for a minute of silence in honour of the soldiers who were killed during the El Adde attack in Somalia/FILE
Bosire refused to stand up when President Uhuru Kenyatta asked for a minute of silence in honour of the soldiers who were killed during the El Adde attack in Somalia/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 12 – The High Court has now issued orders compelling the government to reinstate the security of Kitutu Masaba Member of Parliament Timothy Bosire who refused to stand up in Parliament.

The judge has ruled that the MP raises an arguable case of discrimination after his security was withdrawn for declining to stand up in Parliament in honour of KDF soldiers killed in Somalia.

The judge now wants the security reinstated pending the determination of the case.

Bosire refused to stand up when President Uhuru Kenyatta asked for a minute of silence in honour of the soldiers who were killed during the El Adde attack in Somalia.

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