The tribulations against former Raila Odinga ally Jimmy seems to be getting out of hand after CCTV footage indicated that the special forces officers seem to have breached his inner office vault. A snapshot of a picture showed over 3 officers holed up in a room which is believed to be adjacent to a vault that the politician is allegedly hiding in.
Photo: Courtesy (FB: Jimmy Wanjigi Residence)
According to Tuko.co.ke digital news media platform, the officers managed to corner the businessman in the building together with his son and his bodyguards at the exclusive Kwacha residence which houses his political offices. Close associates to Jimmy indicated that he is taking refuge in a highly secured bunker in one of the building reason why he has not yet been arrested.
The debacle seems to be taking longer as expected as security experts believe the billionaire invested in high tech security systems similar to his official Runda residence where he managed to evade arrest in 2017 after police officers tried to arrest him.
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