The former governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko shall Know his fate on 9th of Februaryw whether or not he will be detained for 30 days over claims against him on facilitating terrorism.
Sonko’s recent differences with Interior security Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho where he claimed that they worked with him to burn vehicles during the NASA protests, opened way for his prosecution.
In line with Chief Inspector Newton Thimangu, of the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit, who swore an affidavit on behave of the government remarked that Sonko had already started giving his private guards with millitary attire and weapons.
Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria, raised concerns about the charges made against the former governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
He said that the war against terrorism is so sacrosanct and of concern to all Kenyans because as a nation we have lost far too many innocent lives.
“From Westgate to Dusit, from Garissa University to Mpeketoni and Boni forest, from US Embassy to El Adde, we have paid a disproportionate price in the regional war against terror,”Moses Kuria asserted.
He went on to say that parliament has expedited on any request for legislative and budgetary support in this war. Kuria deckared that we cannot reduce the war against terror to a tool for political brinkmanship and banter.
” It cheapens the noble war against terror and the real terrorists must be watching how we are politicizing the war against terror with mirth and disbelief. It is a sad day for this nation,” the Tanga Tanga leader exclaimed in disbelief.
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