• The song song carried words that were likely to cause anxiety to the public.

Court of Law
Court of Law

A man has been charged in court for releasing a song indicating that Marsabit Governor Mahammud Ali was responsible for the deaths of three former Moyale MPs.

Jarso Wako was accused of composing and releasing the song which according to the prosecution carried words that were likely to cause anxiety to the public.

The particular of the charge as indicated in the charge sheet is "behaving in a manner likely to cause a breach of peace"

Galma Godana, Guyo Halake and Dr. Guracho Galgalo all served as Members of Parliament in Moyale Constituency.

Marsabit Governor Mahammud Ali
Marsabit Governor Mahammud Ali
Image: The STar

Godana was in 2015 shot dead in a robbery at his Syokimau home, in Machakos. Halake on the other hand shot dead by unknown assailants at his home in Moyale in 2014 and Dr. Guracho died in the 2006 Marsabit plane crash.

Wako who appeared before Chief Magistrate Wendy Michenj denied the charge and was released on a cash bail of shs 100,000.

Two people have been listed as witnesses in the case.

The case will be heard on May 11.

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