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Brian Chira Speaks For the First Time After Being Released From Jail

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Kenyan Content Creator Brian Chira has finally spoken for the first time after being arrested for defaming Azziad.

Speaking on an online podcast alongside Andrew Kibe, he said that his university, Kabarak, had him suspended after they realized he was defaming other people’s names in  public.

According to Chira, Kabarak University has a motto that goes with doing things in a biblical way, and it turns out Chira was contradicting the same.

“Azziad Got me arrested on Thursday… I was summoned to school and given a suspension letter that says I have been suspended from Kabarak University.

Because Kabarak University’s motto is biblical perspective, Chira has not been doing his online thing with biblical perspective, and I am not ashamed to say this.”

Apparently, Chira went against the school’s terms and has been suspended.

He went on saying that the CESO is the one that gave him the suspension letter when the person supposed to issue that was the dean, saying he doesn’t understand why that happened so.

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