Sossion will not apologize for insulting Kaimenyi
03 June 2015, 16:30
Nairobi - Kenya National Union of Teachers KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion says that police have held onto his phone a week after they confiscated it over an abusive text message sent to Education CS Jacob Kaimenyi.
Sossion said Wednesday that he wants his phone returned after it was taken by police investigating his alleged abuse of Kaimenyi.
Sossion allegedly sent Kaimenyi the text message on the day of the Garissa University terror attack which saw 148 people, mostly students killed by Al Shabaab militants.
The S.G says that he wants the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett to have the phone released as soon as possible.
" I am telling Boinett to have my phone released as soon as possible. His officers have had it for a week now. What are they looking for in it?," he posed to News24.
Sossion was however categorical that he would not apologize to Kaimenyi for the apparent abuse he hauled at him, stating that what he said was in line.
" I told him that his policies are messing up the education sector and he should deal with it either by consulting or just resign once and for all," he stated.
Kaimenyi is said to have reported Sossion to the CID over the matter, which he termed as out of line and lacking in respect.
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