Kenyan court sentences Seychellois man to 10 years in prison for trafficking heroin
A Seychellois man was sentenced this week to 10 years imprisonment by a court in Kenya, the Seychelles’ Anti-Narcotics Bureau said Friday.
Clement Serge Bristol, 51, originally from Mont Plaisir in the southern district of Anse Royale, was also fined $49,000 for trafficking 10 kgs of heroin, the bureau said.
The Seychellois national was sentenced together with a Kenyan national, Ahmed Said Bakari, who was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment and a fine of $79,000. Three other Kenyan suspects arrested in the case were acquitted.