Gospel singer Eko Dydda is a happy man after all charges against him were dropped.
The office of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions dropped all charges against the gospel singer following his arrested for defying curfew orders last week.
The singer, who appeared in court on Wednesday, revealed that he had also been refunded money that was used to pay for his bail.
Speaking publicly for the first time since his release, Eko Dydda further added that all that had been arrested together with him had also been released.
“Thank GOD ALMIGHTY for we were all released. Mad love to all of you who showed love because it takes a lot of courage to show love and only the weak hate. I appeared in court following my incident with police at Kilimani police station on breaking curfew rules as i went to buy medicine for my sick wife. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecution acquitted me of all charges and my cash bail was refunded. Asanteni for sharing my story, special thanks to Boniface Mwangi, Lawyers Hub and to DPP for intervening. #TribeAllGeneration #ApanaTambuaUkabila,” wrote Eko Dydda.
The singer was arrested on Saturday April 16th after he arrived at a police roadblock ten minutes after the dawn to Dusk curfew started.
He was forced to spend three days at the KMTC quarantine facility before a public uproar led to his release mid last week.