The man who was saved by Jomo Kenyatta for bullying Uhuru


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– A Kiambu county man narrated how he was almost arrested by State House guards for bullying President Uhuru Kenyatta.

– The incident occurred back in the 70s when the two were children

– James Goko, however, was saved by the late Jomo Kenyatta who told his guards to leave him alone

46-year-old James Kingati Goko from Kiambu county revealed that he used to bully President Uhuru Kenyatta when they were children.

According to the Standard, Goko visited State House where Uhuru and his family resided and it was where he used to pinch the president.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and James Kingati Goko. Image: Standard

“My father was a former policeman in the 70s and he used to take me with him to State House Mombasa with the Kenya Police band, and one day I pinched Uhuru,” said Goko.

He narrated how Uhuru’s father, the late Jomo Kenyatta, who was president at the time, had to stop bodyguards from getting him.

“Mzee Kenyatta told he guards to leave me alone because it was normal for children to rease each other,” added Goko.

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