Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has this afternoon cautioned an ATPU officer against thinking he Can threaten him even as he insisted that he by all means visit the DCI Headquarters.
According to the viral video clip seen by this writer, the ATPU Officer is heard telling the agitated Raila to realize that his decision to bar him from accessing the facility was informed by his bosses who said Raila wasn't expected in the facility and that he (ATPU Officer) couldn't understand where he was going.
Also in the video, the Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader is seen asking whether the DCI thinks he can be mad visiting the public facility even as he insisted that President William Ruto Govt Days are numbered."Excuse Me, sir, you aren't allowed to visit the facility," The Police Officer Said.
"What are you telling me, young man? This is public and each and everyone one has his or her right to visit the facility... We can call our supporters to come and side with us," Raila Responded.
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