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Monday September 14, 2020 – Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala broke down in tears on Monday when he revealed that 5 police officers are trailing him with the sole aim of assassinating him.
In an emotional presentation to the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee and National Security, Defence and Foreign Relations Committee, Malala said that the five officers were from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).
“I am a husband and a young father.”
“The most painful thing is that I am being accused of stage-managing my arrest on August 17,” he said while holding back tears.
The Senator was overcome with emotions as he narrated his frustration in having his security beefed up.
However, Kenyans on social media have thanked police for frustrating Malala saying the Senator was among a “pack of hyenas “’who sanitised Kirinyaga Governor, Anne Waiguru when she was impeached by the Assembly over corruption allegations in June.”
Here is what Kenyans wrote on social media on Monday…
“He sanitized Waiguru when she was impeached by Kirinyaga County. He’s a horrible guy,” Michael Wangai wrote.
“It is much interesting and shocking when Senator MALALA shed tears pleading for more security because of his life…while on the other hand he sanitized ANN WAIGURU for county corruption…be sharp don’t be used and be thrown away…pole sana kaka,” Ole Masai wrote.
“So sad! The system that used senator Malala to sanitize Anne Waiguru is now after his soul,” Gilbert wrote.
“He was busy sleeping with the same government while sanitizing waiguru. Now he has come yo his senses it seems,” Dembe Zuma wrote.
“Cleophas Malala should save us the crap, He was really happy when he sanitized Ann Waiguru. Also something he is forgetting, Kenyans walks in the street everyday with no security,’” Didmus wrote.
“After sanitizing Waiguru, Cleo Malala is now crying ati ooh deep state! Talking of making your bed and laying on it or getting laid on. I give up on these hypocrites,” Moses Chelanga wrote.
The Kenyan DAILY POST