Miguna Miguna reveals the unthinkable hours after Thugs broke into DPP Noordin Haji’s Riverside home
Self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement (NRM) general, Miguna Miguna, has revealed the name of a senior government official who ordered the burglary of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji’s home, where high-end electronics were stolen.
Haji and his wife were not in the house when the incident happened Friday morning.
The DPP on Twitter said investigations have been launched.
“The DPP would like to clarify that there was a robbery at his residence, not his office, & investigations are ongoing. The ODPP, as a Prosecuting Authority, doesn’t collect or store evidence of any nature. Members of the public & media are urged not to politicise this incident,” Haji said.
Police said the thieves made away with a TV set, a laptop, and assorted shoes despite his house being guided by armed police officers.
The officers were on duty but they did not hear anything.
The incident happened on Thursday night, August 4, 2022.
One of Haji’s sons discovered the items missing.
He was also home when the incident happened but did not hear anything as well.
Nairobi Regional Police Commander James Mugera visited the scene and said they are in pursuit of the criminals.
He added that all the workers and security who were home would be questioned.
Elsewhere, The Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government has denied the existence of a voter suppression campaign targeting UDA strongholds.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi told reporters in Nairobi on Friday that no decision had been made to suppress voter turnout in Rift Valley region and denied holding secret meetings with administration officials to coordinate disruptions on Election Day.
“There is no policy or intention to engage in any voter suppression campaigns,” the CS asserted in the company of security chiefs including Inspector General Hilary Mutyambai and Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho.
He was responding to a statement by Deputy President William Ruto who named four senior security officials on Thursday and accused them of being part of a plan to sabotage Tuesday’s General Election.
The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) presidential candidate named Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohammed, as well as County Commissioners Samson Ojwang (Trans Nzoia), Steven Kihara (Uasin Gishu) and Erastus Mbui (Nakuru).
Matiangi termed the move by DP Ruto to blame government officials over alleged plot to rig polls as unfortunate saying it exposes them to danger.