A foreigner who flew a drone into the private residence of Deputy President William Ruto has denied all the charges pressed against him.
Last week his lawyer told the court that the accused, Piotr Lukasz Litwiniuk, was in discussion to have the charges against him dropped.
He pleaded not guilty to four charges relating to importation and operating an unmanned aircraft system without a permit and authorisation from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).
He also denied charges of operating an unmanned aircraft system without pilot licence and failing to register the drone with the KCAA.
The foreigner was released on a cash bail of Ksh.200,000.
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