May 18, 2022

British aristocrat Monson arrives in Kenya for the verdict on their son’s murder

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British aristocrat Lord Nicholas Monson whose son Alexander was killed in police custody has jetted in Kenya.
Alexander, 28, was killed in a Diani police station nine years ago after being arrested by officers from the station at a beach resort nightclub on May 18, 2012.
An inquest established that Alexander died from a blow to the head inflicted with a blunt object while he was in the Diani police station.
The father landed at the Moi international airport Mombasa on Saturday ahead of the court ruling on Monday.
The four police officers, Naftali Chege, Ismael Baraka, Charles Wagombe and John Pamba, were charged with his murder and Judge Erick Ogola is expected to give his judgment.
“Nothing will take away the pain but we just want closure,” Lord Monson London.
The aristocrat was received by Muhuri activist Francis Auma. He was also accompanied by international journalists.
The aristocrat said the journey to ensure his son gets justice has been long but he is glad it’s ending.

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