Teacher Arrested After Publishing On Facebook Alleging That TSC CEO Nancy Macharia Was Dead.
The DCI have announced that a male teacher at Musiini primary school in Makueni county has been arrested and this was after he published a post on Facebook alleging that the Teacher's Service Commission (TSC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Nancy Macharia was dead.
The teacher has been identified as Jeremiah Mwavuganga Samuel and he was arrested at the Makutano shopping center in Nzaui in a join operation by the DCI Emali and the Crime Research and the Intelligence Bureau Detectives.
Upon his arrest, the phone he used to publish this post was confiscated from him and the Facebook account was confirmed to be his.
The teacher is in police custody as he awaits to be arraigned in court.
Link to source of information: https://www.facebook.com/100064587441038/posts/295222522640660/?app=fbl
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