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Man who bought Uhuru’s stolen sheep survives death by a whisker

by Paul Nyongesa
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A man suspected of buying sheep stolen from former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Northland farm has been caught by members of the public in Mwea, Kenya.

A video that has gone viral on social media shows the suspect being manhandled by a group of people, who allegedly caught him with a sheep in his car boot. The suspect, whose identity is yet to be revealed, is said to have been trying to escape from a car that was following him when he was apprehended.

In his defense, the man claimed that he had no idea that the sheep was stolen and that he had bought it from someone he met along the road. He said he was rushing to fuel his car and report the car that was following him to the police station.

However, he later admitted that the sheep was among those stolen from Kenyatta’s farm on Monday by a group of looters who also cut down trees.

The theft of sheep from Kenyatta’s farm has sparked public outrage, with many calling for the arrest of those responsible.

Some individuals have been arrested in connection with the incident, and police are still investigating to identify and apprehend other suspects.

The incident has also sparked political tension, with One Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga accusing Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Majority Leader in the National Assembly Kimani Ichungwa, and Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro of being behind the invasion. Ichungwa has denied the allegations, and investigations are ongoing to establish the motive behind the theft.

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