Senate majority leader Kipchumba Murkomen has lashed out at the Jubilee government for using police officers to punish those who did not subscribe to it’s theatrics.
Murkomen was speaking over the ongoing case of Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria who is being held at Kilimani Police Station.
Moses Kuria was arrested Friday afternoon over alleged assault that happened on Dec 08 2019 at the Royal Media Services premises.
Tanga Tanga MPS that tried to mobilize and organize for the release of Kuria were shown the longer arm of the government and being teargassed out of the station.
Digital strategist in the office of deputy President, Dennis Itumbi revealed that he was rained on with blows when he went to pick his car from the parking lot in the police station.
With the humiliation of some mps allied to DP Ruto, Murkomen appeared at the station on Saturday to see his friend and made a conclusion that the police have no problem whatsoever.
“Having dealt with the matter of Moses Kuria I can say without fear of contradiction that most of our police officers have no problem at all,” he said.
So if the police officers maintaining law and order are nice, the who is calling the shots?
“The problem with Kenya is orders from MR.ABOVE. Please Mr. Above allow us to build genuine bridges,” he concluded.
Kenyans allied to the opposition kept cheering on the ‘police brutality’ saying that it’s their time to shine as compared to times in the past when many lost their lives during demonstrations.