Bahati Constiuency Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri is a no ordinary man. He is known to be a no nonsense politician who has crossed paths with various people in Nakuru County. This time round, he is at it again after he unfolded another drama at Bahati's police station.
According to sources, the MP stormed the station to demand answers on alleged intimidation and arrests of his supporters by officers from the station. "Hiyo heshima hakuna, wanashika watu wangu wakipelkwa kortini hakuna..umewahi nipigia simu kufanya investigation?...you are not respecting me as a member of parliament," said Kimani furiously as he addressed an officer in plain clothes. He seemed infuriated after one of his men was arrested.
By that time, other officers had grouped to watch the agitated politician who kept complaining. Our editor is still following up the matter and will update you later. Early this year, the president ordered the arrest of Ngunjiri after he launched scathing attacks against the first family.
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