MP laughs off claims he paid youth to heckle Uhuru
11 September 2014, 12:16
Nairobi - An MP has laughed off claims he paid youth money to heckle president Uhuru Kenyatta in Migori.
Nyatike MP Anyanga Omondi, who has been named severally by sources as being under investigation has said that he is open to investigation because he is clean.
He also laughed off claims he sent KES 60,000 through MPesa and urged those with evidence to produce reference numbers.
Also read: Five arrested for heckling president in Migori
" They can get the reference numbers and other details from Safaricom if they want. I'm also sure they can get the phone details and serial numbers to confirm if it was me, he said in Nairobi.
" It is all a falsehood but I'm willing to cooperate with the police in the investigations", he added.
Five people have been arrested and are awaiting charges of various counts.
Also, police are reviewing television footage to try identify the suspects as well as further ones.
Also read: TNA: Uhuru's Migori woes unacceptable
The President was heckled at Monday by unknown persons chanting opposition
songs, with shoes and stones thrown in his direction during an
anti-Malaria campaign in the County.
President Kenyatta has since condemned the actions of the persons who shouted him down, saying that they were misused by politicians.
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