Thursday, 21 November 2013

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri robbed on Nairobi's Uhuru Highway

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri was driving on Uhuru Highway next to Laico Regency at around 9.30pm when a man alighted from a motorcycle and robbed him of two mobile phones valued at Sh25,000 and cash. . FILE
Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri was driving on Uhuru Highway next to Laico Regency at around 9.30pm when a man alighted from a motorcycle and robbed him of two mobile phones valued at Sh25,000 and cash.


Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri who was  on Wednesday night robbed of his belongings along Uhuru Highway.
Mr Ngunjiri was driving on Uhuru Highway next to Laico Regency at around 9.30pm when a man alighted from a motorcycle and robbed him of two mobile phones valued at Sh25,000 and cash.
Central OCPD Patrick Oduma said that the lawmaker was with his children but the attacker did not injure any of them.
LAUNCHED INVESTIGATIONS
Mr Oduma said that police had launched investigations into the matter.
He wondered why police officers on patrol within the area did not witness the incident, and also maintained that there was no traffic jam at the time of the incident.
The whereabouts of his bodyguard is yet to be established.
Mr Ngunjiri had been charged before a Nakuru court with five counts of assaulting Inspector Maria Mutheu and defying lawful orders near Kanu House along Kenyatta Avenue in Nakuru on August 15.
The MP was driving in his Nissan X-Trail vehicle when he decided to park it in the middle of the road. He also failed to heed a verbal warning from Mrs Mutheu that he gets his car out of the road to allow free flow of traffic during the rush hour.
Following the assault, the Chief Licensing Officer 
He went to the High Court to challenge the decision, terming it arbitrary and against the rules of natural justice.