Police ask Wetang'ula to record statement over Jacob Juma's killing
11 May 2016, 14:49
Nairobi - Police now want Bungoma Senator, Moses Wetang'ula to record a statement on what he knows about the death of controversial businessman Jacob Juma.
Inspector General of Police, Joseph Boinnet on Wednesday appealed to the Senate minority leader to volunteer any information he has to security agents.
Wetang'ula on Tuesday promised to name the killers of Juma during his burial at the weekend.
The Senator who spoke in Uasin Gishu explained that before his death, the controversial businessman had met him and expressed fears of a plot to assassinate him.
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"Mr Juma called me three weeks ago and in our meeting, he revealed that his life was in danger. He gave me names of those he claimed were behind the plot, which I will make public during his burial," said the Ford Kenya party boss.
"We expect Senator Wetang'ula, being a long-standing lawyer to discern credible facts from ordinary hearsay and thereafter inform the police as soon as possible for appropriate action," said Boinnet.
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