A British businessman who has been in custody over the murder of his Kenya girlfriend has been released on bail.
He was released on a Sh2 million cash bail and 2 surety of a similar amount.
The Briton Richard Aden is also required to deposits his passport in court.
He is expected to report to Karen police station OCS weekly and also indicate where he resides.
Alden has denied killing Ms Grace Wangechi Kinyanjui, 42, at his house in Karen on June 4.
Initial reports indicated Ms Kinyanjui was playing with the firearm when she accidentally shot herself but investigators have ruled this out, resulting in the murder charge.
The accused asked the court to free him on bond because he is a father of three and has an ailing mother who depends on him.
His lawyer, Mr Cliff Ombeta, said that his client has been in custody since June 4 after the incident.
Mr Ombeta said that the suspect was willing to abide by any conditions the court may peg to his bond terms.