Detained blogger Robert Alai has requested Kenyans of goodwill to help him raise funds that will be required in the legal process.
The renowned controversial blogger is serving a 14-day detention at the Central Police Station after being arrested for allegedly posting gory photos of dead police officers who were killed after their vehicle ran over an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Wajir.
According to the prosecutor in-charge of the case, Alai was also accused of being in connection with terrorists in Somalia.
Unverified reports allege that Alai is being detained in a secluded cell without basic facilities for basic survival, exposing him to health risks.
Just learnt Robert Alai is being held at Central Police Station. He has been sleeping on the floor for the last 10days. He has no access to clean toilet or even a mattress. His co-accused are held at the ATPU with access to warm water. Charles Owino, this is torture. UNACCEPTABLE pic.twitter.com/jjWxks12MK
— Lord Abraham Mutai (@ItsMutai) June 27, 2019
Well, his relatives, friends and fans have put up a kitty to help raise Alai’s case expenses.
Members of the public willing to participate in the fund drive are directed to do it through the Mchanga platform using the details below:
PAYBILL NUMBER: 891300
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 33971
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