• The chang'aa suspect alleged that he had received beatings that had caused him difficulty breathing.

• Alex Kyallo had some light at the end of the tunnel as his own lawyer bailed him out.

There was drama on Friday at a Kibera court when a chang'aa suspect cried in court that he cannot breathe due to the beatings he received from the officers who arrested him.

Alex Kyallo cried before senior principal magistrate Monica Maroro telling him that he was a poor man who got injuries on his ribs during the time of his arrest. "Mimi Nakufa, waaai Mimi Nakufa, polisi walinipiga mbavu, siezi pumua Mimi," he said.

He added, " Mimi maskini sina pesa ya kulipa fine hata shillingi, Niko na familia na nataka kuenda hospitali," he continued.

All court users were laughing at him but lawyer Justus Mutunga quickly gave him some one thousand notes and directed he pays the fine and he goes to the hospital." Chukua hii, which translates to take this, go pay your fine and go to the hospital," directed Mutunga.

The man quickly kept quiet and started moving away before the magistrate ordered the court orderlies to take the money and help him pay the fine.

"Court orderlies, chukueni hiyo pesa mlipe huyo jamaa haaminiki," said the magistrate.

Kyallo had pleaded guilty to being in possession of three litres of Chang'aa in the city park forest in Westlands within Nairobi county.

The court fined him Sh1000 fine or one month in jail before Mutunga bailed him out

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