Deputy President William Ruto allied member of the national assembly Alice Wahome has finally come out to break her silence following the daylong drama surrounding renowned kenyan businessman Jimmy Wanjigi.
Wanjigi was arrested by detectives on allegations of fraudulent acquisition of land in Nairobi county with the arrest coming after hours of heavy deployment of Police officers at his Westlands premises.
And now according to Alice Wahome, the whole drama surrounding the businessman is not right and that it should have been handled differently. She says the law enforcement agencies were sent to allegedly go and harass the businessman and his premises.
Wahome added a special piece of advice to Mr Wanjigi on what he should now do saying that the businessman must stand firm and reject the intimidation that is being melted on him by the state even as she seemingly expressed solidarity with him.
"It is illegal. It is frightening the manner in which Law enforcement officers were deployed to harass, break and vandalize Jimmy Wanjigi’s office. Jimmy must reject the threat and intimidation," part of her message read.
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