A foreigner who flew a drone into Deputy President William Ruto’s home has been released on Sh200,000 bail.
Piotr Lukasz Litwiniuk has denied the charges.
Nairobi County Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi said Ruto’s wife Rachel reported seeing the drone capturing events at the compound.
Last week, his lawyer said Litwiniuk was looking to have the charges dropped.
The drone at the DP’s official Karen residence was found with several multi-event data storage cards, as investigators continue to sieve through the captured footage.
The charges include importation and operating an unmanned aircraft system without a permit and authorisation from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).
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