Kenyan musician-turned-Member of Parliament Charles Njagua Kanyi aka Jaguar was yesterday denied bail and sent to coolers until next week Wednesday.
Jaguar’s bail application hearing was turned down at Milimani Courts, whereby, the judge ruled that the DCI completes investigations on alleged incitement remarks he made over foreign traders operating illegally within Kenya.
Earlier on today at my bail application hearing at Milimani Courts, whereby, the judge ruled that I should remain in custody until wednesday of next week as the DCI completes investigations on alleged incitement based on remarks I made over foreign traders operating illegally within Kenya.
Earlier this week, Jaguar was seen on the streets of Nairobi visiting traders along Kirinyaga Road condemning foreigners from running businesses in Nairobi.
Ugandans and Tanzanians have taken over our businesses. Now we are saying enough is enough. If a 24-hour ultimatum is not enough for them to be deported, we will remove them and we’ll beat them up and we will not fear anyone.Juguar said
The legislator was then arrested on Tuesday while leaving the Kenyan Parliament and detained at Kileleshwa police station in relation to the remarks the first-term lawmaker made.