Bishop Deya who was deported back to Kenya seven days ago (3rd Aug.17) to face charges on child trafficking will still be detained at kamiti maximum prison.
In a ruling issued on Friday, the court ruled that Deya should remain in custody as the hearing of his case continues.

The court also stated that the case would be heard on a daily basis and asked the prosecution to be ready always.

On Thursday (10.Aug.17), Deya appeared in court and complained through his lawyer, Mr John Swanka, of the poor conditions he had been subjected to at Kamiti Prison where he is being detained. Read whole article >>>

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