The family of Ngumbao Jola who was shot dead in an unfortunate scenario that involved Public Service Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa and her bodyguard stated that their lives are in danger after Jumwa was freed by the court.
Speaking to the media on Friday, December 23, the family stated that they no longer felt safe given Jumwa's prominent person in the government.
They further made it confirmed that they had moved on from the case and would no longer push for the prosecution of Aisha Jumwa.
According to the family they have now left everything to the lord and they will not push that case again.
Jumwa got reprieve after the high court dropped a murder case against the cabinet secretary.
Lately, close Ruto allies have lately been set free with the dpp dropping cases against them.
Kenyans have elicited some wild reactions across the internet with netizens calling for the government to stop the current trend.
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