Senator Irungu Kangata has been receiving threats including murder threats ever since the controversial letter addressed to the president went viral. The senator recently said he has reported the threats to DCI and investigations are in progress. True to his words, today 15th January the long hands of the government caught up with the suspect.
The suspect, a young male aged between 27 and 30 were caught in Nakuru county a place by the name Mirera. In possession were numerous sim cards with a list of politicians with their phone numbers giving a hint that the guy is an extortionist.
Irungu had previously recorded his statement with the DCI on 7th January and another threat followed on 13th January from the same person with a sim card registration number 254 771 258157. Michael Chege Bunyi is the name of the suspect as shared by the DCI today.
Directorate of Criminal and Investigations headed by Kinoti have really taken the senator’s case with utmost seriousness just as the senator had expressed trust in the DCI when he first reported the threats. Thank you for reading, remember to like, share and follow. Your comment or opinion is also welcomed.
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