MP Ndindi Nyoro ordered to present himself to nearest police station over church chaos
Sept. 09, 2019
- The under fire MP has been ordered to present himself to the nearest police station
- This, according to authorities , is aimed at assisting in investigations over the Murang’a church chaos
- Nyoro was at the centre of the drama alongside nominated MP Maina Kamanda
Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro’s troubles are far from over as he has been ordered to surrender himself to authorities over the Murang’a church chaos.
Murang’a County Commander Josphat Kinyua on Monday, September 9 said investigations on the Sunday scuffle were underway and Nyoro was part of the investigations.
While addressing a presser, Kinyua further clarified that the Nyoro would not be the only big name being sought and everyone who fueled the chaos would face the law.
“We are probing the matter to zero-in on those involved, including the MP but he is not our only subject” he said.
Kinyua also refuted claims that authorities were out to harass Nyoro for belonging to a certain political faction.
“We had been invited by the church to provide them with security because they were having a fundraiser and they were also expecting high profile guests,” he went on.
Nyoro, against the odds, managed to evade authorities for a greater part of Sunday despite being at the centre of the fracas that rocked the Murang’a –based church.
Nominated MP Maina Kamanda graced the fundraiser to the discontent of Nyoro and his fleet who wanted to coordinate the event.
What ensued was an altercation between the two MPs and their respective supporters, with Nyoro being accused by sections of the Kieleweke faction of incitement.
Nyoro spoke on the incident for the first time on Monday in his native Kiharu where he claimed there was a witchhunt against him because he categorically refused to switch allegiances from DP Ruto’s so-called Tangatanga to the Kieleweke brigade.
He also faulted authorities for allegedly being used to further political agendas of sections of leaders.
“I want to question our CS Matiangi. They must never misuse the instruments handed by the president to intimidate politicians through politics ," Nyoro spoke on Monday.