• This is not the first time Kamau is pulling such acts as on August 8, he was arrested at the Bomas of Kenya.
Activist Julius Kamau was on Tuesday morning ejected from Milimani Law Courts where he was protesting before the start of the pretrial conference.
He had removed his shirt and sweater while claiming he was seeking justice.
The bare-chested man was dragged away from the building by security officers.
"I want justice to be served for all Kenyans, I'm ready to die but justice must be served for all Kenyans," he was heard saying.
This is not the first time Kamau is pulling such acts. On August 8, he was arrested at the Bomas of Kenya where the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) had staged its National Tallying Center.
Kamau was taken away from the premises after protesting against the looming elections.
"Yes I have a dream today," he said, adding that he was on a hunger strike, to make perfect his protests.