PS Kibicho arriving at the DCI headquarters this afternoon [Photo/Courtesy]
According to reports, the PS of the Ministry of interior and coordination has gone to record a statement regarding sensational claims that were made yesterday by former Nairobi governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
Sonko claimed, in a video that was distributed widely, that he, together with PS Kibicho and others, were behind some scenes of cars being set on fire in Nairobi in 2017.
He claimed that they bought used cars in dealerships in the city and set them on fire in various places, to make it look that the ODM party supporters were behind it and that they were baying for violence, after the disputed elections.
The move by PS Kibicho to record a statement is likely to trigger summoning of Mike Sonko who will potentially be called in to make an official statement on what he knows about the issue.
PS Kibicho (Right), at the DCI [Photo/Courtesy]
With his recent bad blood with the government, things may end up badly for him.
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