Flying Squad Assassins Are After Me- Boni Khalwale
Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale on Sunday morning revealed that his life was in danger following an incident where men in two cars claiming to be from the Flying Squad tried to arrest him on Saturday night.
Through his social media account, the vocal National Super Alliance (NASA) politician explained that the men who he believed to be assassins stormed into a Nairobi Hotel with a goal of detaining him.
"Fellow Kenyans, my life is in imminent danger! last night, at 9:30 pm, men in two cars claiming to be from flying squad, stormed a Nairobi hotel to arrest me. They refused to identify themselves to hotel authorities but stalked me up to 2 am this morning," he tweeted.
[caption caption="Boni Khalwale's tweet"][/caption]
Dr Miguna Miguna added that the incident occurred at the Panari Hotel along Mombasa Road while issuing a warning to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto.
"Two heavily armed flying squad assassins tried to kidnap Mr Khalwale last night at the Panari Hotel along Mombasa Road -and pursued him for 5 hours thereafter. To Uhuru and DP Ruto. The #NRM generals are not afraid of you. We shall defeat you!" he declared.
[caption caption="NASA addressing the Press on Saturday"][/caption]
This is not the first time a NASA politician has alleged that the government is plotting to kill them.
On Saturday, Kalonzo Musyoka-led Wiper Party accused the Jubilee administration of plotting to kill Kathiani MP Robert Mbui after he was injured and admitted to the Nairobi Hospital with a broken leg following the chaos that rocked NASA leader Raila Odinga's return to Kenya.
Wiper Executive Director Jared Siso claimed that Mbui was attacked because of his steadfastness in supporting NASA noting that the attack and any other intimidation by the government would not deter the opposition from freeing Kenya from the shackles of despotism and dictatorship.
"The violence which led to deaths of more than five Kenyans, occasioned severe injuries on others and led to wanton destruction of property, could have been avoided had the regime cared to follow the law as well as the dictates of the Constitution," Siso stated.
[caption caption="Kathiani MP Robert Mbui's wrecked car"][/caption]
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