Three Nation Media Group journalists (Mark Masai, Edmond Nyabola and Emmanuel Juma) might be detained at Industrial Area GK Prison in Nairobi if found to be in contempt of court, in regard to an investigative piece exposing the rot at the Child Welfare Society of Kenya.
Why these 3 NTV news anchors may spend 6 months at Industrial Area GK Prison
Here is the Explanation
On September 1st NTV was barred by the Court from airing an investigative piece exposing the rot at the Child Welfare Society of Kenya where children are allegedly misused, abused and exploited for profit.
Court papers seen by Pulselive.co.ke directs that the three should be detained at Industrial Area GK Prison if found to be in contempt of Court for disobeying the orders that were given on 30th August 2019 and served to the defendants on the same day.
“Take notice that the Court will be moved on the 1st day of October 2019 at 9 o’clock in the forenoon or so soon thereafter for hearing of an application by counsel by the Applicant for the orders that;
1. Edmond Nyabola, Mark Masai, and Emmanuel Juma be found to be in contempt of Court for disobeying the orders that were given by the Court on 30th August 2019, and served on defendant on the same day.
2. Upon being found to be in contempt of Court, Edmond Nyabola, Mark Masai and Emmanuel Juma be detained at Industrial Area GK Prison in Nairobi or any other prison or rehabilitation facility for a period of six (6) months or for such period and on such terms as the court may determine.
3. Costs of this application be provided for” reads the Court papers of the case filed by Child Welfare Society Of Kenya against Nation Media Group.
Sins of Saviours
The expose dubbed, Sins of Saviours that was to air September 1st 2019 documented the untold suffering of the vulnerable children in the hands of their protectors who have turned them into a money-minting venture, embezzling funds with reckless abandon.
The investigations unearthed a scheme in which the state agency tasked with taking care of vulnerable children in the country are instead using the vulnerable children for profit, subjecting them to more misery and minting millions in the process.
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