Kileleshwa Member of County Assembly Robert Alai has condemned what is currently happening in Eastleigh in Nairobi. The vocal Azimio politician has accused the Eastleigh Business Community of funding the execution of young men in Mathare constituency, Eastleigh and Pangani. The lawmaker who has been bitter on their alleged actions has reprimanded them saying that even God will not forgive them. He stated that they will never have peace for paying others to kill innocent people.
Taking to his social media account he said, "It is extremely evil for the Eastleigh Business Community to fund the execution of young men in Mathare, Eastleigh and Pangani. Even God will never let them have peace. It’s wrong to normalize executions." His warning comes at a time when killer cop Ahmed Rashid is facing charges of killing to young men who were alleged to be suspects of robbery. The Pangani-based Sergeant has been accused of shooting the two young men Jamal Mohamed and Mohamed Dahir Kheri in Eastleigh on 31st, March, 2017.
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