Athletics team manager Michael Rotich detained
A court has ordered Kenyan Olympic athletics team manager Michael Rotich, who was recalled from Rio over doping bribery claims, to be detained at the Gigiri Police Station.
Mr Rotich was arrested at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Tuesday and taken to court.
Prosecutors applied to detain him for seven days pending investigations by the anti-narcotics police.
Mr Rotich objected to the application, saying anti-narcotics police cannot investigate him because he was not recalled over drug trafficking.
He was detained and will return to court on Wednesday.
Mr Rotich had just arrived in the country from Rio de Janeiro after being recalled from the games following revelations that he allegedly demanded money to provide warnings about impending doping tests.
The investigation by the Sunday Times newspaper and German television channel ARD into Mr Rotich is a potential new blow to Kenya's sporting reputation after doping accusations in recent months.
Mr Rotich was filmed by the two media outlets demanding 10,000 pounds (Sh1.3 million) for agreeing to warn a British coach about imminent doping tests.
ARD journalist Hajo Seppelt tweeted an Athletics Kenya statement saying Mr Rotich had been recalled "so we can investigate further his role in this."
"These are very serious allegations and we cannot have someone of that character managing our team."
The statement said the case could be referred to Kenyan police.