About two months ago, youthful politician Pauline Njoroge was caught in a tussle and what looked like an attack from state agents and this would later lead to her arrest.
While on her vacation in Malindi with close friends, the Youthful politician was arrested in very controversial circumstances and it was not clear why the arrest was made.
In her appearance before a Malindi based Court, Pauline Njoroge together with her friends were accused of being in possession of illegal narcotics and were made to appear before Malindi Court. As the events would later turn out while in court, her charge sheet went missing and it was clear that there were no charges against her.
In her message to her tweeter followers. Pauline Njoroge has reveled that the case against her has finally been closed and all her items returned to her. This was after the prosection found no charges against her even after asking to be given time to gather enough evidence against her.
“The Malindi Court has today closed my case, after prosecution once again failed to charge and asked for more time to gather evidence. My gadgets have also been released.” Stated Miss Pauline Njoroge through her tweet.
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