A ruling on whether SONU chairman Babu Owino has a case to answer in respect to incitement to violence charges against will be delivered on February 14.
Trial magistrate Kennedy Cheruiyot yesterday fixed the ruling date after both prosecution led by senior state counsel Daniel Karuri and defence confirmed that they have filed their written submissions in the case.
During the last hearing all witnesses including police officers denied hearing Babu uttering hate speech remarks on June 13,2016 at Orange house in Nairobi county.
Corporal Leah Kajuju attached at Kilimani police station and other officers informed the court that they were not present at the scene when the accused is alleged to have made the remarks.
Other officers told the court that there was preasure to have Babu arrested. The Sonu leader is facing charges of making offensive remarks on June 13,2016 warning Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria against threatening Cord leader Raila Odinga at Orange house.
The officers said that their role in the case was to arrest Babu at university of Nairobi ground after they received instructions from their boss.
According to the prosecution the student leader is alleged to have state that, “We are telling and warning you Ngunjiri and Moses Kuria that our revolution is coming and we are looking for you.
And if we get you, we will deal with you cacophonously and multiply you by zero and raise to power infinity”. Babu is out on a bond of Sh 500,000 or a cash bail of Sh 100,000 pending the hearing and determination of the case.