• The two are accused of being in the country illegally contrary to the law .
• They have been remanded in custody ahead of their plea taking session tommorw.
Two Ethiopian nationals accused of being in the country illegally have failed to take plea as there was no Amharic speaker in court.
The two were to take plea before Kibera senior principal magistrate Derrick Kuto.
According to the court papers, Fansi Abar and Solomon Galchamo were arrested on November 29, at Luke man petrol station along Langata road, Nairobi.
They were found to be of Ethiopian nationality and not being excluded persons, were found unlawfully present in Kenya, without valid entry visa or permit.
The two were arrested after police officers who were on patrol spotted them and suspected that they were not Kenyans.
On interrogating them it was found that the accused person lacked key legal documents.
The magistrate directed that the two be detained at Langata police station as the court gets an interpreter.
In most cases suspects charged with such offences have pleaded guilty to the charges and the same is expected ahead of their hearing tomorrow.