Kenyan singer-turned-Member of Parliament Charles Njagua Kanyi aka Jaguar was freed yesterday on a cash bail of Ksh 500,000 after he denied incitement to violence charges. He has been in police custody since Wednesday last week.

He was arraigned on Thursday when the prosecution sought to send to him behind coolers for seven days to allow them to complete investigations on the alleged inciting comments which he made against foreign traders.

The accusations begun when Jaguar was captured in a video telling foreigners engaged in business in his constituency to shut down and vacate the country failure to which they would be forcefully removed.

Having been granted bail, Jaguar took to his socials to thank whoever participated in advocating for his freedom.

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