Musician Charles Kanyi Njagua alias Jaguar has appeared in court over the grisly road accident that claimed the lives of two men.
The singer and NACADA director was on Monday charged with careless driving leading to deaths of 2 people.
Appearing before Senior Principal Magistrate Evans Kiago, the ‘Kigeugeu’ hitmaker denied the charges and urged the court to release him on bond.
Jaguar who was unrepresented during the proceedings argued that the charges he faced were bailable and that he should be freed on bond, promising he would be attending court regularly.
The Principal Magistrate ordered the artiste to be released on Sh50,000 cash bail until June 26 when his case will be heard.
The court heard that Jaguar was heading towards Nairobi from Nyeri when he lost control of his car and knocked down a boda-boda rider, Peter Mugo, 27, and his passenger, Sinfolian Maingi, 25, a bar attendant.