"I Was Released And Abandoned In Bush" MP Osoro Threatens To Sue The State After Yesterday's Arrest
By MimiNaWewe | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 9217 views
Yesterday Simeon Nyachae was laid to rest after he died of short Illness. Before the funeral service that was held in Gisii Stadium, Kisii Deputy Governor Maangi and Mp Osoro were arrested after they allegedly tried to incite violence that will disrupt the service.
Maangi and Osoro were arrested by police as they were waiting to receive Dp Ruto. They were taken to custody. Kisii Deputy Governor and Mp Osoro now threaten to sue State over yesterday arrest at Kisii. Yesterday Osoro's pictures behind the bars surfaced online and it elicited mixed reactions.
Osoro says he was released from police custody at midnight and left in unknown bushy place that was dangerous for his life. Netizens had mixed reactions and here are some of the reactions.
Sylvanus Osoro is a member of parliament for South Mugirango. He once went viral after he engaged in a fistfight during the funeral service of Mzee Abel Gongera with Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati
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