Police officers in Mombasa on Monday arrested two terror suspects at the Likoni ferry crossing and recovered weapons including two AK-47 rifles and ammunition.
Moha Jicho Pevu has claimed that the arrest of the terror suspect was the last plot to postpone to postpone the 2022 general election after the BBI failed.
The legislator has called on Kenyans not to be shocked if Kenyans start hearing of such incidents all over the country just like the 2012 grenade stories.
Moha has claimed that for more than a decade as an Investigative Journalist i have never ever seen or heard of any journalists embedding with ATPU in their operations.
"For more than a decade as an Investigative Journalist i have never ever seen or heard of any journalists embedding with ATPU in their operations. Even in military, and if it happens, its what i call show of the uniform using the SYSTEMS news reporters. Yesterday’s incident at the FERRY is the last plan after BBI of wanting to postpone the 2022 general elections. Don’t be shocked if we start hearing of such incidents all over the country just like the 2012 grenade stories. #HatununuiUoga," Moha Jicho Pevu said.
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