Nasa strategist David Ndii talks to his mother Miriam Wangari Mwangi at the Milimani Law Courts, Nairobi, after leaving the court's holding cell on December 4, 2017. He was released on a Sh10,000 police cash bail. PHOTOS | EVANS HABILNasa strategist David Ndii talks to his mother Miriam Wangari Mwangi at the Milimani Law Courts, Nairobi, after leaving the court's holding cell on December 4, 2017. He was released on a Sh10,000 police cash bail. PHOTOS | EVANS HABIL
By STELLA CHERONO

National Super Alliance (Nasa) strategist David Ndii has been released on a Sh10,000 police bond. Dr Ndii’s release came on Monday evening after the Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko ordered the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to release him on police bond.

Mr Tobiko asked the police to complete their investigations, and forward the inquiry file to him ‘for appropriate instructions’.

After the order, the police drove Mr Ndii out of the Milimani Law Court to the Muthaiga Police Station then to the DCI where he was released.

Mr Ndii was arrested by seven police officers from the Flying Squad and the Special Crimes Prevention Unit, at the Coast on Sunday evening.

He was then taken to Diani Police Station and later driven to Nairobi.

NINE HOURS

Mr Ndii was interrogated at the DCI for close to nine hours after they arrived. During the interrogations police officers barred Nasa supporters and lawyers from accessing the DCI premises.