Lawyer now wants Ambira students freed; says Bad behaviour is not criminal

The controversial viral video by Ambira High students is still  hot topic after lawyer Otiende stated the students should be freed.

The lawyer defended his remarks saying that bad behavior is not a crime.“I cannot fathom what offence they could possibly be charged with. Bad behaviour is not criminal. Free the boys forthwith,” said Otiende, MP for Rarieda.

The video that emerged of Ambira boys school form four students abusing CS Amina Mohammed and CS Fred Matiabg’i has sparked numerous reactions from many Kenyans.

How do you think the case should have been handled? The Ambira Boys Students who insulted the CS Amina and Matiang’i claiming they cheated in the just concluded National Examination.

President Kenyatta also rebuked the act saying that the boys will not go scott free. The students will remain in police custody until December 3

Speaking at State House, Nairobi, on Saturday when he presided over this year’s Kenya Scouts Association’s Patron’s Day, Uhuru said, “Some of the things the young people are engaging in require sheer guts … telling us through insults that they are proud to have cheated in the exam.”

Calling on students to be disciplined and respect elders, the President said the boys are “Where they should be.” “If you can brag about cheating we will show you what the State does with cheats.”

What punishment do you think would have served them right?

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