Professor Herman Manyora who is widely known as a loudmouth, shocked fellow panelists and viewers when for the first time, he went speechless, totally unable to talk. When he finally gained his composure, all he could do was express shock at how tactless and stupid those behind Raila Odinga’s stoning incident were. This was after details emerged on the technique that was allegedly used to pay the rowdy attackers.
Professor Herman Manyora was speaking while appearing on Citizen TV’s morning show Daybreak which was hosted by the station’s presenter Sam Gituku. Alongside Manyora in the studio were Nyeri County Assembly Speaker John Kaguchia, former Cabinet Minister Kipruto Arap Kirwa and KANU member Fred Okang’o.
Herman Manyora argued that it’s very easy to track down and arrest those involved in last Friday’s incident in Kabenes, Uasin Gishu, considering that they used Mpesa to pay the attackers. Manyora termed this as very stupid on the part of the planners, but at the same time, an advantage for the investigative authorities since this made their work easy.
Soy Member of Parliament Caleb Kositany and his Kapseret counterpart Oscar Sudi honoured police summons and presented themselves to the Nakuru DCI offices over the weekend..
Apparently the Uasin Gishu County Speaker David Kiplagat was at the DCI offices during morning hours.
The two were interrogated as the police tried to uncover whether the politicians were behind the planning of an incident where the ODM party leader Raila Odinga’s chopper was on Friday, April 1, stoned.
The legislators had denied the allegations of organising the chaotic incidents, noting that the DCI’s move to single them out was a political move.
They noted that they were ready to write a statement to the DCI offices in order to prove their innocence in the matter.
On Saturday, the DCI named MPs Kositany, Sudi and Uasin Gishu county speaker Kiplagat as the main planners and funders of the violence meted on the ODM leader.
They were summoned to appear before the regional coordinator on Sunday at 9am.
Sudi in his statement said he was not around when the incident occurred.
He also rubbished it as a move by their political competition to provoke them.
“This is politics but it will end,” Sudi said.
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