Prominent Nyagah brothers record over threats

May 21, 2015 3:38 pm
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The two brothers went to Gigiri Police Station after being trailed by people whom they say have been sent by senior people "with questionable character/JOSEPH MURAYA
The two brothers went to Gigiri Police Station after being trailed by people whom they say have been sent by senior people “with questionable character/JOSEPH MURAYA
NAIROBI, Kenya, May 21- Former Member of Parliament Norman Nyagah and his brother Nahashon on Thursday recorded statements with police over what they termed as threats to their lives.

The two brothers went to Gigiri Police Station after being trailed by people whom they say have been sent by senior people “with questionable character.”

They claim that the people have been spying on their rural and urban residences.

“We are here over a very grievous matter that needed to be reported in this police station,” the former MP stated. “I do not want to pre-empt the investigations police are doing.”

They say all their family members are exposed to unspecified danger.

“People have been all over the place…in our officers, in our homes both in Nairobi and the rural areas… everywhere,” he said.

The two brothers have promised “to spill the beans” over the matter once police are done with investigations saying already two suspects have being questioned.

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