Yesterday, a viral clip elicited some wild reactions across the internet with netizens airing some varied views.
In the clip shared by most social media sites, a man believed to the sole owner of Rixxos Lounge in Kitengela was caught on camera throwing insults at a young lady after refusing to pay her salary.
The said Tycoon was caught on camera saying he speaks to Ruto Directly and would do more than not pay the lady.
Earlier last evening, the National Police Service (NPS) broke its silence after the viral clip.
Accompanied by Nairobi ex-governor Mike Sonko, the officers stormed the said Lounge in search for tbe said Tycoon.
Sonko has promised to support the young lady in her quest for justice, the ex Nairobi governor also said no one would use the president's name to intimidate fellow kenyans.
However, a new twist has now emerged after Rixxos employees alleged that the lady in question had stolen 700k from the business.
Cops yesterday, told the lady to move quickly and report to the nearest police station for further actions.
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