Reports of a man who hanged on the chopper of Cabinet secretary for Agriculture Hon. Peter Munya facing a huge blow as the court orders him to be taken to Mathare National teaching referral hospital for six months of treatment emerged online.
According to reports, indicated that the middle-aged man from Meru county who risked his life and threatened that of CS Peter Munya by hanging on a helicopter that was taking off will be admitted to the hospital for mental health problems.
This incident occurred at Meru grounds where CS Munya had gone for the Azimio la Umoja campaigns and was about to leave when the man dramatically clung onto the chopper forcing the pilot gr to make an emergency landing.
The man was arrested and taken to court, and his family pleaded with the court, to free him and give him a last chance, however, the investigation was done and his health was examined. The judge has ordered him to be admitted to a mental hospital for the next six months so that he can recover to face his charges.
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