There has been a lot of tension in the country following Jimmy Wanjigi yesterday arrest. This came after Directorate of Criminal Investigation officers stormed his compound as it remained under siege for over 17 hours. Few moments later, an arrest warrant was provided and Jimmy Wanjigi was carried to Kamukunji police station.
Unfortunately, DCI boss George Kinoti's efforts to arrest him have turned against him landing the officers who entered Jimmy Wanjigi's compound in trouble. As this happens, it is said that the officers destroyed property worth Ksh10 million. This means that the officers will have to pay and the case will take a surprise twist as Jimmy Wanjigi will be the one charging DCI boss George Kinoti.
It is unfortunate that the officers who are used to trade union leaders compound are going to account for the Ksh10 billion property destruction. Among the things that were destroyed, it comprises of the gate which was broken during the riot between officers and Jimmy Wanjigi's supporters.
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