Warrants of arrest have been issued against Kisumu senator Fred Outa and former deputy governor Ruth Odinga for failure to appear in court for the mention of the cases where they were charged with incitement and destruction of property.
The two were said to have been charged with unlawfully obstruction of a training and forcefully entering an area designated for elections by the IEBC.
Ruth Odinga was accused of obstruction, stealing of plastic chairs and tents valued at Ksh.92500.
Fred Outa was charged with inciting the youth to destroy property and disrupt the activities in the election training venue.
The Lawyer for the the two, Verah Onsongo said that the senator could not be reached and that Ruth Odinga was unwell. The chief Magistrate while issuing the warrants of arrest said that the two were given bail on condition that the would appear before the court.
They were released on a personal bond of Ksh.500000 when they first appeared before the Chief Magistrate in October 23.
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