Kenya is going through a moment of increased political tension. This happens as fresh details emerge on daily basis concerning what is happening across the corners of this country. Yesterday, we had Directorate of Criminal Investigation officers raiding Jimmy Wanjigi's compound. Speaking before the court, Jimmy Wanjigi turned tables as the officers ended up landing in trouble.
Speaking before the court, Jimmy Wanjigi said that the officers is destroyed property worth Ksh10 million. The property is said to have been destroyed during the time when Jimmy Wanjigi's compound was kept under siege as people rioted struggling to enter. This was revealed by Jimmy Wanjigi's lawyer as Jimmy wanjigi demanded compensation for what has been destroyed.
This means that the Directorate of Criminal Investigationsofficers were sent by the boss George Kinoti will have to compensate for what they destroyed during the raid mission. The estimated cost has been put at Ksh10 million .
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