Suspect charged with assaulting politician in Nairobi wants to leave Kenya

Suspect charged with assaulting politician in Nairobi wants to leave Kenya

An application by a Somali national who wants the court to release his traveling documents to enable him travel to the United Kingdom for medication will be heard on the June 28 this year.

Jamal Mohamed, who is alleged to have attempted to kill a politician from Wajir County, has pleaded with the court to release his travelling documents to enable him fly out of so as to meet a surrogate mother in UK.

He claims that his wife is in the UK and they have been trying to conceive a baby through natural means for years but in vain.

Jamal said he has served the prosecution with the documents on the application for the travel documents.

However, the complainant, former Wajir South parliamentary aspirant Hussein Mohamed, said the accused is trying to sneak the application because they have not been served.

Jamal, who is also an American citizen, is charged with assaulting and causing grievous harm to Hussein Mohamed.

He allegedly committed the offence on September 17 at Eastleigh 7th street in Kamukunji. He was also charged with being in Kenya illegally.

Jamal denied all the charges and is out on a Kenyan surety bond of Ksh.300, 000.