Emurua Dikirr MP Johanna Ng’eno has been released on Sh1 million cash bail with an alternative Sh2 million bond in hate speech case against him.
Ng’eno found himself on the wrong end of an angry populous over his recent remarks touching on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s family.
The Emuria Dikirr MP found himself in police custody on September 6, over his remarks, with the legislator a common visitor at his local police stations.
He was released by Nakuru Chief Magistrate, Elizabeth Usui.
The MP was on arrested on Monday and was on Tuesday charged with two counts of hate speech and offensive conduct.
Ng’eno who was charged during a virtual hearing was accused of using abusive language on September 6 at Junction area, Olgos Sofia village.
The case will be mentioned on October 12.