BY SAM ALFAN.
“I will make sure” are the first four words that landed a man in court a second time for threatening Mr Samuel Thuita Mwangi.
The man was charged at Milimani Law Courts with incitement to violence contrary to the law.
Sammy Kimani Kungu appeared before Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi and denied one count of incitement to violence.
The court heard that Kungu had issued insightful words while threatening to remove Thuita from his position on September 30, 2017.
Kungu is said to have had committed the offense at Holy Family Basilica cardinal Otunga plaza in Nairobi
“I will make sure that Mwangi Thuta is ejected from the office of Embakasi Ranching Company Limited and taken away as far as Chania River,” Kungu uttered.
He is to have uttered words uttered words which implied that it was desirable to eject the said Thuita who is legally elected chairman of Embakasi ranching company limited by force, which was calculated to lead to a breach of peace.
The accused had been charged again in the year 2015 with a similar offence. He was released on a bond of Sh 1m with an alternative bail of Sh 500,000.
The case will be mentioned in two weeks’ time.