The Kenyan renown businessman as well as politicians Jimmy Wanjigi who was arrested yesterday in his office in Westlands Nairobi spending night behind bars and taken to court today has finally express his sorrows and disappointments after his release.He was proven not guilty by the court of law over alleged land fraudster.
During the brief interview with the press after release he stated that he can handle his problems stating that his arrest is not personal.Pointing out his strong relationship with some leaders in 2017 claiming that he has totally been betrayed.Stating bitterly that 'Hio Azimio ni Azimio La Usaliti Sio ya umoja.'
According to him he is alleging that Raila has betraying which is false by handshake.Not knowing that Raila has no linked with his arrest.This has sparkles many reactions and comments from the Netizens.Below are some of them.
Kindly share and comment and what do you think should be done by the government incoperation with police officers to minimize corruption in the country?
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