Respected journalist Yassin Juma walked out of police detention/cells with his index finger up showing Allah is ONE and GREAT great All the time.
For purposes of clarification raising the finger as done by Yassin (see cover photo) is not to say he supports KANU or a fundamentalist organisation, its is a sign used by Muslims to show that they believe “God is one” And no other entity/being is as powerful, merciful and Magnificent as he is.
Yassin was today (Monday 25th Jan) taken to Kiambu law courts cells and back to Muthaiga police station without being charged and was later released.
The former Nation TV journalist was arrested on Saturday night over photos of the attack in El Adde, Somalia, that were posted on his blog and social media accounts.
Am Free at last. Thank You Everyone For your support.I appreciate all your efforts following my arrest and detention. Yassin posted on his Facebook Timeline.
Al Shabaab militants ambushed Kenya Defence Forces soldiers at a camp on January 15, killing more than 100 solders and reportedly capturing others.
Juma was grilled after he was arrested by more than 10 police officer at his house in Donholm estate, Nairobi. The arresting officers were from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters.
The Anti-Terror Police Unit had trailed him for three days before he was apprehended.
An entry in the Occurrence Book, OB 52/23/01/2016, indicates he was accused of “misuse of communication gadgets”.
Meanwhile, interior CS Joseph Nkaiserry has been advised to intensify arrest of Kenyans and interpret the communications Act correctly to include the following>>
What misuse of communication gadget means?H.L. Adam Birik Ahmed tells us more and recommends Nkaiserry to pursue these offenders too:
1. Using your phone like a torch.
2. Kutumia simu kama Radio na kuzikiza programmes za ufala kama za maina kageni.
3. Using beautifying apps like camera 360 to edit your donkey looking snaps so that you fraudulently appear like jenifer lopez.
4. Kuchukuwa selfie zingine ukiwa umetoa ulimi nje and you start looking like a thirsty dog.
5. Taking pictures in a position that is not upright, those pictures girls take while they are curved as if they have a problem with their spinal code.
6 Kuchukuwa picture ikiwa simu yako haikupata airtime for more than a week.
7. parading Explicit pictures in Facebook. Pictures that are aimed to provoke the moral scruples of the peace loving team mafisi members. This section of the law is aimed to reduce the lame excuses used by many girls in rape cases. A hungry man does not spare an already peeled banana.