The national Police service has revealed that two members of Parliament allied to the deputy president William Ruto are on the police radar after police found them responsible for Murang'a mayhem.
Deputy president Dr William Ruto when he was attending to a church service in Murang'a. Police promised to investigate and find out who were responsible for the mayhem that left two people dead.
The inspector general of police's statement promising to dig and find out who may have a hand in the mayhem.
"The Inspector General-National Police Service Mr Hilary Mutyambai has directed that Members of Parliament (Mps) Hon.Ndindi Nyoro and Hon.Alice Wahome to be tracked and arrested immediately for mobilizing goons who caused mayhem at Kenol this morning.Equally the motor vehicles which were hired to ferry goons be tracked and detained to assist in Investigation." The police said confirming they had done their investigations.
Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro.
Hon Alice Wahome.
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