Kenyan blogger told to stop sharing coronavirus posts


A Kenyan blogger has been restricted by a court from posting any data on coronavirus on his social media accounts, as a major aspect of his bail conditions.

Robert Alai, who has 1.3 million devotees on Twitter, was captured on Friday and went through the end of the week in police cells subsequent to being blamed for distributing bogus data, state broadcaster Kenya Broadcasting Corporation reports.

He precluded the charge from claiming distribution of bogus data on Monday in a court meeting held in the outdoors – some portion of measures taken by Kenya’s legal executive to stop the spread of coronavirus.

He was discharged on a money bail of 50,000 Kenyan shillings ($470; £405) and requested not to share coronavirus-related data via web-based networking media or hazard being rearrested.

The state telecaster tweeted photographs of the blogger going to the court meeting:

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