Presidetial Candidate Hopeful Jimmy Wanjigi. Photo courtesy.
Confusion was witnessed yesterday after reports of a police raid at businessman Jimmy Wanjigi's office in Westlands, Nairobi County. Police officers dressed in a combat uniforms were seen arriving at Wanjigi's place ready to execute a mission which is not yet shered to the general public by officers. The event elicited mixed reactions among kenyans who demanded to know where the officers were the whole day only to appear at night.
Well, Wanjigi has finally responded to the raid at one of his offices. While speaking through a phone call. He claimed that, several police officers arrived at his offices demanding that he present himself to the for questioning. He continued by saying that, before he responded to their Demands, they opened the door which allowed them access. They started going through various documents.
Jimmy has pointed fingers at his political opponents claiming that the raid Is purely politics and it's directly linked to the recent speech that he made while attending Yata farm meeting which was organised by Kalonzo Musyoka. Well let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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