Four employees of Nairobi county were presented in court and charged with creating a disturbance on Tuesday at Integrity Centre during Mike Sonko’s interrogation.

The four; Kennedy Odhiambo, Joseph Mwangi Karai, John Abok, and Richard Bosire appeared before Senior Principal Magistrate Kennedy Cheruiyot on Wednesday.

A charge sheet states that on November 5 at about 11:00 am at EACC Integrity Centre in Upper Hill area, the four willfully and unlawfully resisted arrest from police constables Peter Mwangi, Timothy Nyagah, Antony Kasili, Joseph Muturi and Inspector Silas Siota.

They are also facing a charge of taking part in an unlawful assembly at the said place.

They all denied the two counts, and through lawyer George Kethi, they sought to be released on reasonable bail terms arguing that they are not a flight risk as they are employees of the Nairobi county government.

Magistrate Cheruiyot granted the four Sh100,000 cash bail each. The case will be mentioned on November 20 for pre-trial.

Shortly after Governor Sonko had posted their cash bail, police rearrested the suspects to face fresh charges of allegedly assaulting police officers.