(Kalonzo Musyoka addressing the media)
The Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, has sent a message to the Nairobi bussinesman, Jimmy Wanjigi, asking him to pardon the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, George Kinoti, and save him from going to jail.
Kalonzo insisted that, the DCI boss has been playing a very important role in arresting thieves and ensure the safety of kenyans, and jailing him will leave alot of impending work on the DCI office.
Kalonzo went on to advise Wanjigi to have a forgiving heart, and that jailing Kinoti will destroy the reputation and taint his image, which is a very bad thing for him, since he is among the 2022 presidential aspirants.
The Wiper party leader further stated that he is a arbitrator and he is ready to arrange a meeting between Wanjigi and Kinoti, so that they can meet up and settle the matter in a peaceful way.
(A picture showing George Kinoti and Jimmy Wanjigi)
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