Senator-elect Muthama grilled over remarks


Machakos senator-elect Johnston Muthama was Thursday afternoon questioned over what police termed as inciting remarks he allegedly made in Nairobi.

Muthama was summoned to Nairobi Area police command where he recorded a statement and released but ordered to report there on Friday again for further questioning.

He recorded a statement before Nairobi Area head of CID Mr Nicholas Kamwende up to about 6pm when he was released.

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Police said they were questioning him in regard to remarks he made at a rally in Kibera on Tuesday.

Kamwende said the questioning was procedural and that they expect to clear with him on Friday.

“He has not been arrested and it was a normal session that we had with him to clear some issues. We will forward a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions for direction after our investigations are complete,” said Kamwende.

Muthama later called a press conference to his private office in Nairobi where he was expected to issue a statement over his grilling.

He denied the police allegations and promised to counter them.
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