An outsider who flew a robot into the private home of Deputy President William Ruto has denied every one of the charges squeezed against him.
A week ago his legal advisor told the court that the blamed, Piotr Lukasz Litwiniuk, was in conversation to have the charges against him dropped.
He argued not blameworthy to four charges identifying with importation and working an automated airplane framework without a license and authorisation from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).
He additionally denied charges of working an automated airplane framework without pilot permit and neglecting to enlist the robot with the KCAA.
The outsider was delivered on a money bail of Ksh.200,000.