Muhoro summons Narok leaders over chaotic protest
27 January 2015, 10:48
Nairobi - The Director of Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Ndegwa Muhoro has summoned a section of Narok County leaders over the chaotic protest witnessed in the town on Monday.
Muhoro ordered Senator Stephen ole Ntutu and MPs Moitalel Kenta, Korei Lemein, Patrick Ntutu, and Johanna Ngeno to appear at the CID headquarters for grilling over the chaos that left two people dead, and several others injured, The Standard reported.
They are accused of inciting residents to violence when they led a protest against Governor Samuel Tunai’s leadership.
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The leaders defied Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery order that banned all rallies and demonstrations amid fears of violence in the town and led the protesters to the governor’s office to present the governor with a petition detailing their grievances.
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