NTV journalist Edmond Nyabola has revealed on his social media that he and colleagues Mark Masai and Emmanuel Juma might have just gotten into trouble for contempt of court.
Nyabola took to social media with the court document ordering them to appear in court on the 1st of October and captioned it,
I’ll be in Industrial Area GK Prison in October should you need me. #sinsofsaviours
This post has since been deleted from his feed probably for legal purposes but we wait for the 1st of October to see what transpires.
On the 1st of September, the journalists were banned by the Court from airing an investigative piece “Sins Of Saviours” exposing the rot at the Child Welfare Society of Kenya.
The documentary was to shed light on exactly what happens behind the closed doors of the organization. According to the trailer, the documentary was to expose children who were allegedly misused, abused and exploited for profit.
It was an investigation that took them four months to come up with a comprehensive piece. However, the court came in to stop it from being aired.
The case might see the three gentlemen detained at Industrial Area GK Prison in Nairobi if found to be in contempt of court, in regard to the investigative piece.
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