Mr. Bedan Nduati was brought before the High Court on 21 August for withdrawing lift services and locking all emergency exists of 2nd through 4th floor of the building.
He however denied the accusation which is said to have brought much inconveniences to the National Police Service Commission and other members of the public forcing the commission chairman to report the matter.
Nduati had been charged days after Kavuludi contacted Safety and Occupation officials and the City Engineer to verify the safety of the said building. He termed the unusual practice as an act of sabotage on the commission.
According to Kavuludi, the problem began on Friday when unknown people were seen in the building purporting to be fixing the lifts.
Nduati was ordered to pay Sh100,000 cash bail to secure his freedom pending trial.