- Mr Deya is remanded at Kamiti Maximum Prison awaiting trial from October 9.
A court has allowed controversial preacher Gilbert Juma Deya to be issued with an itinerary of his travel records from 18 years ago.
Mr Deya is facing child theft charges and on Thursday, chief magistrate Francis Andayi directed that he be given records of his travel from May 1, 1999 to the date he was extradited from the UK to Kenya.
“The accused person should be provided with the requested information from the Immigration department and that has to be done in 14 days,” he said.
To get the requested travel information, Mr Deya’s lawyer John Sakwa has to first write to the Immigration department in order for his request to be granted.
The preacher denied stealing five children aged below 14 years, including three girls, crimes he allegedly committed between May 12, 1999, and August 19, 2004, in Mountain View estate, Nairobi.
Mr Deya is remanded at Kamiti Maximum Prison awaiting trial from October 9.