Junet Mohammed Says Police should Arrest and Charge DP Ruto with Intrusion

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Suna East Member of Parliament, Junet Mohamed wants the Inspector General of police to take action against Deputy President William Ruto.

The MP on Saturday, October 9, made the remarks following a report filed by Kishanto Ole Suuji, the husband of Kajiado East lawmaker Peris Tobiko.

Addressing a rally in Naivasha, Junet demanded that IG Hillary Mutyambai takes action, to ensure that Suuji gets justice.

“Suuji has filed a report at Isinya police station. I want the inspector General of police to take action immediately,” the Suna East MP noted.

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Junet further claimed that the move by the Deputy President affirms that he has no respect for the family. “Family is sacred,” Junet remarked.

He proceeded to say that this should be acted upon as soon as possible so as to prevent such incidents in future.

In his remarks, the lawmaker told Ruto that he should have at least consulted with Suuji or asked the legislator to get a different venue for their meeting.

“I know Tobiko is a leader, and she has a whole constituency. She can however take you to the constituency office, a school playground or any other place,” he stated.

Notably, Junet hilariously enlightened Ruto on what the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), party means when they talk about taking over one’s ‘bedroom’ in politics.

He noted that Ruto should have a clear understanding before carrying out his next campaigns, to avoid such embarassing scene.

“When we as ODM were talking about bedrooms, we meant Kibera and other constituencies. Not someone’s compound,” Junet remarked.

Junet’s sentiments come after the Deputy President held a meeting at Suuji’s home in Kajiado, on Friday, October 8.



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