Marwa orders probe into Joho's bodyguard
10 March 2016, 16:45
Mombasa – The Coast
Regional Coordinator, Nelson Marwa called for officers attached to Mombasa
Governor Hassan Joho, his Kilifi counterpart Amason Kingi and Kilifi Woman MP
Aisha Jumwa probed for allegedly attacking and stripping a woman suspected of
voter bribery during the Monday by-election in Malindi.
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According to Marwa the three
leaders should also be accountable for alleged actions and has called for Inspector
General of Police, Joseph Boinnet to intervene.
According to Governor Joho
however his body guards had been withdrawn without reason.
He also denies them
assaulting and stripping the woman accused of voter bribery in favour of the
ruling Jubilee coalition.
“On Monday during the Malindi
by-election, a few elements who think they have money sent goons to polling
stations to beat and harass voters and strip women,” said Marwa. “The
orderlies attached to Joho, Kingi and Aisha are the ones who were beating
people in Malindi.”
He accused the three
leaders of breaking the law.
Meanwhile a Member of Parliament has
told deputy President William Ruto to respect retired President Daniel Moi to
avoid a political curse.
Kuresoi south MP, Zakayo
Cheruiyot called on Ruto to watch his mouth lest he suffers a political blow.
Cheruiyot called on Ruto to
seek peace with the retired President if he still dreams of becoming President.
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