There was a much hyped protest on Twitter claiming that the son of IG Mutyambai should be arrested because of drunk driving.He is alleged that he caused an accident which killed two motorists and a woman got injured.
The reports were made known by Itumbi through his hustler nation intelligence bureau.That is when people started tagging the IG to come out clear on the issue.
According to Kenyans news the son of the IG has surrendered and he is currently being held by police."The son of Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai, presented himself to Lang'ata police station on Friday night, December 3, after an accident that left two dead." Kenyans news reported.
According to the Nairobi traffic police commander, the police will investigate the accident without considering the rank of his father.He claimed that there will be no special treatment and the case will be carried out just like any other.He also added that medical investigations will be carried out to see if the driver was drunk or not.
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