Timothy Muriuki drops robbery case against Simon Mbugua

Muriuki says his decision is without conditions.

East African Legislative Assembly MP Simon Mbugua at Milimani Law Courts, following the withdrawal of the assault case by former Nairobi Central Business District Assocation chairman Timothy Muriuki, September 11,2018. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL | NATION MEDIA GROUP 



A Nairobi court has dropped robbery with violence charges against East African Legislative Assembly member Simon Mbugua and two others.

Senior Principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku announced this on Tuesday after the complainant said he had forgiven the accused.


Former Nairobi Central Business District Association chairman Timothy Muriuki told the court that he had forgiven Mr Mbugua, Mr Benjamin Odhiambo alias Solo and Mr Anthony Ombok alias Jamal.

He said he decided to drop the charges unconditionally after negotiations.

The three had been charged with violently stealing Sh100,000 from Mr Muriuki on April 30.

They were also charged with injuring him during the attack at Hotel Boulevard in Nairobi County.

After denying the charges, they were released on bond.


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