Eric Omondi Responds to Sakaja Threats to Arrest People Recording Kanjos

Share

Eric Omondi Responds to Sakaja Threats to Arrest People Recording Kanjos

Eric Omondi, a comedian turned activist, has criticized Governor Johnson Sakaja for issuing contentious instructions to county inspectorate officials, often known as kanjo.

On Monday, April 1, Sakaja directed Kanjo to arrest any Kenyan who recorded or photographed them while on duty.

In response to Sakaja’s directive, Omondi vowed to mobilise Nairobians to demand the impeachment of the youthful governor.

JOIN OUR WHATSAPP CHANNEL

Omondi questioned why Sakaja was attacking innocent Kenyans while failing to construct a good drainage system for Naiorbians.

He pledged to continue filming kanjos until they cease brutalizing Kenyans in the line of duty.

“Nairobi is not your house, Sakaja Johnson. We will impeach you. The drainage systems are not working; nothing is working. Your Priorities are upside down; Your officers kicked a woman in the Stomach as I watched. Brutality must stop. We will record them daily,” Omondi said.

Speaking at Roysambu, Sakaja directed Kanjo to arrest anybody who recorded them while apprehending those who broke the law.

Sakaja warned that anybody found breaking the law and photographing or filming police officers will face the same punishment.

See also  Nairobi Boda Riders to Have IDs as Sakaja Introduces New Regulations

The City Hall boss accused a sector of social media users of always sensationalizing matters involving inspectorate police arresting individuals who disobey the law.

The governor, who said that he would not allow Kanjos to be reviled, questioned why Kenyans do not record police arrests.

In Other News: Chavakali Boys Students Involved In Accident, One Dies

Eric Omondi Responds to Sakaja Threats to Arrest People Recording Kanjos

WE ARE SOCIAL

6,566FansLike
1,000FollowersFollow

Read more

Join our WhatsApp channel and be part of the community.

To join, simply click the link icon provided on our website.