Mbita member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo has been directed by The High Court to present herself before the OCS Parliament police station to record a statement for her recent remarks in parliament over the presidency.
The law maker is required to record the statement in a case where she is seeking anticipatory bond for her remarks on December 21.
Justice James Wakiaga’s directive comes after the Director of Public Prosecution said he was not ready to proceed with the matter.
Senior assistant DPP Moses Omirera told the court that it was not clear whether it was the police or strangers who were trailing the legislator.
Mr Wakiaga said the legislator should be accompanied by her lawyers and told police not to apprehend her.
The judge, however, disqualified himself from hearing the matter saying he comes from the constituency that the MP represents.
The matter will be heard before the duty judge on January 10.
In her shocking tirade, Millie Odhiambo among other names called Uhuru Kenyatta a fake president.
She made the remarks after police ordered MPs to walk to parliament as cars were not allowed within the precincts.