Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri has been summoned by DCI in Nakuru over his statements on BBI and Deputy President William Ruto’s ejection from his official residence in Mombasa.
While speaking to a journalist in Nakuru on Monday after recording a statement at the DCI offices the MP said he was also ordered to surrender his gun by Tuesday 21 January.
“They wanted me to tell them how I learned about the eviction of DP Ruto from his official residence in Mombasa and how true were my claims. Secondly, they ordered me to surrender my gun,” said Kimani.
Ngunjiri defended himself for his statement regarding the DP’s alleged eviction saying he had no ill intention in commenting on a story that he read from the Daily Nation.
On the withdrawal of his gun, Ngunjiri alerted the public that in case anything should happen to him then the government is to blame.
“This is outright harassment because they are taking my gun not because I killed anybody. This harassment is targeting people who speak the truth and support Deputy President William Ruto,” he said.
“There have been several threats to my life which I reported to the authorities and nothing has happened so far. But now I can see they are focused on taking away my gun so that they can attack me. So to all Kenyans if anything happens to me ask the government,” he added.
Ngunjiri has been a licenced gun holder since 1982.
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