NASA leaders condemn siege on Jimmy Wanjigi home, asks police to follow the law

By / October 18, 2017 : 10:34 / Local, POLITICS / No Comments
NASA leaders condemn siege on Jimmy Wanjigi home, asks police to follow the law

NASA coalition leaders have today condemned the state for holding Jimmy Wanjigi’s family hostage in their Muthaiga home even after a court order that directed them to leave was presented to them by Wanjigi’s lawyers.

Here is an excerpt of what the leaders had to say:
S.C. Orengo:

Police continued to be in illegal occupation of his residence even after the court orders. The police failed to obey the orders. We have a dysfunctional state. To proceed and file for IG’s contempt of court and destruction of Wanjigi’s property.

Jimmy Wanjigi:

I’m an innocent man. This is a complete fabrication. All my firearms are licenced. This is a complete and absolute prosecution. My wife was assaulted by a police officer for recording. If they can do this to some of us who live in such suburbs, then the worst can be done to the common mwananchi. Jubilee govt was formed in my home. The same home they dined with my family and struck deals, they want to desecrate it. I’m being victimized for my political stand. My support for Baba is unwavering and unshaken. My wife was crying and Baba came at the right time.

READ ALSO: Jimmy Wanjigi finally emerges as police leave his Muthaiga residence

Wanjigi’s Dad:

This is a private home. Those who are not married, please get married

Moses Wetangula:

An oppression to Jimmy is an oppression to all. Government cannot strangle everybody.

RAO:

I found myself marooned here at Wanjigi’s residence. I was detained here and told it’s a scene of crime. Two hours later, I’m told to leave and I refused. This home was terribly vandalized. This is called a One tone destruction of private property. President has gone on rampage since the SCORK ruling. Changes in this country have not come through parliament. The state has gone rogue. Parliament is now an instrument of dictatorship. Weapons in Malindi were found in deep sea. Go to archives. Leave Jimmy Wanjigi alone

440 total views, 2 views today

Spread the love

SMS 'Truth' to 22285 for EXCLUSIVE & BREAKING NEWS.

Felix Boyd

The author didn't add any Information to his profile yet.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked. *

Enjoyed this post? Please spread the word :)