Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip has been arrested by police officers this Sunday for being accused of shooting and injuring a lady in Nanyuki, Laikipia Town. The Jubilee lawmaker has been in hiding since the Saturday night incident. According to reports, a 32-year-old lady identified as Joy Makena is currently hospitalized at Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital after he was shot at his right foot after a clash with Anwar Loitiptip.
Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip will spend the night in custody over an alleged shooting incident at Kanu Grounds in Nanyuki, Laikipia County. Senator Anwar, who turned himself in to Nanyuki Police Station detectives at around 5pm over the Saturday night gun drama that left a woman nursing gunshot wounds, was questioned until 8:30pm.
A 32-year-old woman is recuperating at Nanyuki Teaching and Referral hospital after a clash with Jubilee and Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip. The confrontation is reported to have taken place at a hotel in Laikipia County on Saturday night. According to the police report, the lady identified as Joy Makena suffered gunshot wounds at Kanu Grounds in Nanyuki Town, Laikipia County.
Nanyuki Court has ordered Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip to surrender himself to the court or he will be arrested as soon as possible. Anwar was supposed to appear before the court on Monday to answer charges why he shot a lady the previous week. Anwar was arrested last week but freed on cash bail after he shot a woman on Saturday night last week in a hotel in Nanyuki Town, Laikipia Town.
Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip who shot a female in Nanyuki hotel yesterday has attracted the wrath of social media users after a video of him brandishing guns in broad daylight goes viral. Anwar Loitiptip is seen in a short video clip showing his mastery of using a gun in an undisclosed location.
The case involving the alleged shooting of a woman identified as Joy Makena has taken a new twist after new details have emerged on how Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip who is alleged to have shot the woman tried to coerce her. According to the victim Joy Makena, while speaking to one of the local stations, she was forced to agree to a settlement of Ksh70,000, failure to which, she claims, the senator threatened to jail her two friends who accompanied her on the fateful day.
Lamu senator Anwar Loitiptip had been at large after news of him injuring a woman by shooting her were spread across the country. It is reported that Loitiptip shot the woman known as Joy Makena after a nasty brawl ensued between them. Police were called to the scene following the incident in which Joy Makena, 32, was shot and wounded on her right leg, above the ankle.
A court in Nanyuki on Monday issued an arrest warrant aginst Lamu Senate representative Anwar Loitiptip, after he failed to appear in court for a mention. Principal Magistrate Ben Mararo directed that Senator Anwar should face an arrest in case he is not in hospital as alleged. Anwar's legal team however stated that the warrant was unnecessary since Anwar was in hospital.
Lamu senator, Anwar Loitiptip has surrendered to the police over an alleged shooting incident in Nanyuki that left a woman nursing gun shot wounds. The senator, who will spend the night in custody, is expected in court on Monday where he faces various charges, including misuse of a firearm and causing injury.
Anxiety High after Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip reportedly went missing after a brawl in a bar at Kanu Grounds in Nyanyuki town Laikipia County left a 32 year old woman nursing gunshot wounds. According to reports Anwar and a woman by the name Joy Makena are said to have been in a confrontation before gunshot wounds rented the air and police report indicated that Makena was shot on her right leg above the ankle.
Senator Anwar Loitiptip of Lamu claimed he was assaulted in a hotel in Nanyuki. After a conflict ensued between her and Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip, a 32-year-old lady is being treated at the Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital for bullet wounds. According to police files obtained by The Standard, the incident that resulted in Joy Makena's gunshot wounds occurred at Kanu Grounds in Nanyuki town, Laikipia County.
Deputy President William Ruto's Coastal ally, Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip has surrendered to the police after he was accused of being involved in a shooting incident at Kanu Grounds in Nanyuki. The Senator who went missing after a brawl in a bar left a 32 years old woman nursing serious gunshot wounds.
Lamu senator, Anwar Loitiptip is expected in court today to face charges of causing bodily harm to a woman and misusing his gun. This was after he surrendered to the police last evening over an alleged shooting incident in Nanyuki that left a woman nursing gun shot wounds.
Lamu Senator Anuar Loitiptip is wanted by police for questioning over the thrilling shooting of a woman in a bar at Kanu Grounds in Nyanyuki town, Laikipia County. A fight which left a 32-year-old woman nursing gunshot wounds. Anwar and a woman by the name Joy Makena are said to have been in a clash before gunshot wounds occupied the air.
Lamu Senator Anwar at large after a bar brawl leaves woman with gunshot wounds, police say The 32-year-old woman is currently admitted at the Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital after a argument ensued between her and Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip. Police reports obtained by the presss that the confrontation that saw Joy Makena escape with gunshot wounds happened at Kanu Grounds in Nanyuki town, Laikipia County.
A woman going by the name Joy Makena is nursing gunshot wounds at Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital after a gunshot drama between her and Mr. Anwar Loitiptip, the Senator of Lamu County. In his telephone call, Mr. Anwar told the Standard that he was at a hotel in Kanu Grounds in Nanyuki town, Laikipia County.
The High court in Meru has ordered KPLC to pay 16 year old Makena 22 million Kenyan shillings. In 2016, her life took a sudden turn to the worst when she innocently went out to fetch fire wood. Unfortunately, she met a neglected live wire and got electrocuted while picking up the fire wood. Both her hands were greatly affected and she had to be amputated. She ended up in hospital for eight months, hopeless about her future. Since then, she has been in and out of court for close to four years seeking compens