Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko has directed that Nasa chief strategist David Ndii be released on a police bond.
Mr Tobiko also directed the Directorate of Criminal Investigations that once investigations are completed, “the resultant inquiry file be forwarded to his office for appropriate directions.”
Dr Ndii was arrested dramatically by officers from the Flying Squad in Kwale on Sunday night.
He was questioned at the DCI headquarters on Kiambu Road and later driven to Milimani Law Courts where he was set to be charged with incitement.
Police did not charge him and instead took him to Muthaiga police station in the evening.
Nasa leader Raila Odinga and Dr Ndii’s wife Mwende Gatabaki led Kenyans in condemning the arrest terming as an intimidation scheme.