You’ve pushed me too far, I am no kidnapper: Mutua tells Kalonzo

November 18, 2016 4:22 pm
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Mutua said he would no longer sit back and allow his former party leader to malign him at public fora/CFM
Mutua said he would no longer sit back and allow his former party leader to malign him at public fora/CFM

, KITUI, Kenya, Nov 18 – Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has threatened to sue Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka for reportedly calling him a kidnapper and a killer.

According to Mutua, Musyoka last week linked him to the disappearance of Machakos Deputy Governor Bernard Kiala’s daughter, Kathleen Nduku.

Meanwhile, Nduku was found safe at a house believed to be her boyfriend’s in Kasarani, Mwiki.

“I will sue him for calling me a killer.  A leader of his stature casting aspersions on me and actually calling me a kidnapper and a killer, I cannot tolerate it,” Mutua said.

He said was was getting tired of, “being pushed by the Wiper leadership,” while he kept calm.

“I want to tell them enough is enough. I will sue him for criminal negligence and defamation,” Mutua said.

The Machakos Governor has also called on the National Cohesion and Integration Commission to summon Musyoka to record a statement over his claims which Mutua said were a threat to peaceful coexistence.

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