Two days ago a man went viral across the internet after he drove his vehicle to a police station after some defiant students started smoking bhang and taking alcohol inside his vehicle. The said driver who then worked for 2NK Sacco and identified as John Muthoni hours later took to his social media account saying he had been sacked by the said sacco under some unclear circumstances.
The 2NK Sacco driver who was shown the door by his employer after he reported drunk school children to police officers, met the Director of Criminal Investigations, George Kinoti, last evening. John Muthoni, had earlier been invited by the DCI chief upon receiving news of his sacking, that was condemned by many Kenyans online.
The 2NK driver Mr. John Muthoni went to the social media claiming that his employers had fired him just a few days after he had reported some student whom he had carried to the police station for drugs and substance abuse. His claims has caught the attention of the DCI kinoti who has asked Mr. John Muthoni to contact him urgently.
2NK Sacco driver could finally smile despite losing his job after reporting law-breaking passengers. John Muthoni was reportedly fired yesterday after attempting to take14 students who were smoking to Sagana Police Station. Directorate of Criminal Investigations had issued a report that the 14 students who had escaped were being tracked down.
Days after the 2NK driver reported a case where students were caught smoking marijuana and taking alcohol on their way to Nairobi from Nyeri County, the sacco has set the record straight on the issue, a development that have caused an online uproar as the general public bashed the sacco after allegedly dismissing the driver.
Courageous and patriotic driver Mr John Muthoni left Kenyans reacting after he reported fourteen students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school who were smoking weed at his vehicle. John reported the students by branching at Sagana police station. John Muthoni, the 2NK SACCO driver John has shared on Facebook that he lost his job for reporting the students.
As promised, the director of criminal investigations George kinoti has finally secured audience with embattled 2NK sacco driver, John Muthoni who was dismissed unceremoniously due to his heroic act of driving rogue students who were smoking weed to a nearby police station on November 14th. In their discourse last evening, the investigating agency did not publicly acknowledge if any charges would be preferred against be implicated matatu Sacco such as attempts to conceal a felony contrary to the penal code or Muthoni's unfair dismissal.
Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga offers a job to John Maina Muthoni, formerly of 2NK, a heroic driver who courageously reported students upon realizing that they were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol. Kahiga said that Muthoni will be offered a position as a driver in the Nyeri County Government.
This evening, Kenyan leading transportation company 2NK SACCO has taken to it's Facebook page, and clarified that it has not fired John Maina the Matatu driver who reported students who were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol yesterday, and stated that John Maina was expected to report back to work after a certain commitment with his employer.
The 2NK Sacco driver by the name John Muthoni who decided to drive students to a police station, lost his job after being fired by the Sacco. Not everyone got excited with his act after he did the unexpected to the unruly students who were totally intoxicated. On his facebook account page, he posted saying that he has lost his job following his act to the students who were smoking weed inside the matatu.
2NK Driver Who Got Fired After Trying To Take Students Abusing Drugs To Police Gets A Government Job
John Muthoni a 2NK Sacco driver who was fired few days after attempting to have high school students who were abusing drugs in the vehicle he was driving arrested, has landed a county job. John will now be part of the team of drivers at the Nyeri County government.
The story of John Muthoni has been renown in the country for sometime now after he took some students who had abused drugs inside the vehicle he was driving to the police station. That act would later see him get into trouble with the employer who later on got him sacked from offering his services with the leading 2NK Sacco.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation, George Kinoti has today made a meeting with the famous 2NK driver who was fired by his former employer. The driver is now a happy man after landing a job at the county government of Nyeri under the leadership of Governor Mutahi Kahiga.
A courageous driver of the 2NK sacco has been making headlines for his bravery after he drove highschool students he was driving to Nairobi to a police station. He made this decision after realizing that the students were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol in the van. After his attempt to make them be quiet failed, he decided to drive them to Sagana police station.
Netizens have been left talking after the 2NK driver who drove unruly students to the police station and fled for smoking bhang and drinking alcohol was fired by the company he works for. John Muthoni, the driver has received a lot of praise from social media users for his patriotic act especially at this time when the country has witnessed increased cases of arson attacks in school.
Photo: DCI boss, Mr Kinoti and Former 2NK driver John Muthoni The case of the sacked 2NK Sacco driver who drove students who were abusing drugs into the police station has taken another turn. DCI boss, Dr Kinoti has lately summoned the driver, John Muthoni after the controversial 2NK Sacco sacked him a couple of days ago.
|Photo Courtesy Of Driver John Muthoni And One 2NK 14 Seater PSV| 2NK Sacco is group of vehicle's, mostly 14 seater Public Service Vehicles (Nissan's) which plies across different routes on our Kenyan roads. Most of them usually plies between Nairobi and Thika. 2NK has been the talk of everyone after one of their driver identified as John Muthoni directed his vehicle towards the police station after a group of 14 students enroute to Nairobi turned his vehicle into a bhang den.
The Directorate of criminal investigation (DCI) has summoned the 2nk matatu driver who is reportedly fired after driving students abusing drugs into police station in Friday. According to the DCI report on Saturday, DCI George Kinoti has urged the driver John Muthoni to avail himself at the DCI headquarters along Kiambu road, on November 29th.
It is now a sigh or relief to the former 2Nk sacco driver who was sacked after he reported students abusing alcohol after governor Mutahi Kahiga offered him a lucrative job in one of the departments in Nyeri county government. John Muthoni decried of frustrations after attempting to have high school students who were abusing alcohol in the vehicle he was driving from his employee.
DCI Kenya reported how John Muthoni, a driver with the 2NK Sacco, courageously drove to Sagana Police Station upon realising that the high school students he was carrying were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol. Drugs abuse is a crime that breaks the hearts of many parents and ruins the lives of many young men and women.