Through his lawyer ,John Swanka, he said that the agreement between Kenya and Britain at the time of deportation was that he is remanded and housed in a special unit within the Prison.
Bishop Deya complained of being forced to stay in his room from 7p.m until the next morning,having to use a bucket since there are no washrooms .He also complained of bugs on the mattress and having to wash the bucket he used with his bare hands.
However,the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions responded by saying that the conditions of the cells were not prescribed in the agreement,the agreement only said that he would he held in a single cell which he would occupy alone but would be subjected to the same conditions as other in mates.
This conditions he said would apply during remand and also if he is detained.
Bishop Deya was deported from Britain for charges of child trafficking.
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