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Babu Owino breaks his silence over gun drama

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MP Babu Owino has spoken out following a shooting incident at Nairobi’s B Club on Thursday.

Taking on social media, the Embakasi East MP said that the shooting incident was part of an attempt on his life something that he has reported in the past.

Babu Owino claims he had filed a report at Parliament Police Station over alleged threats he has been receiving under the OB number OB21/17/11/2019.

He continues by saying that yesterday while in the company of his friends he was surrounded by a large group of aggressive individuals leading to an exchange of fire.

The legislator remained confident following the drama as he calls the police to conduct their own investigation.

“I invite the relevant authorities to conduct their investigations without fear or favor and I remain confident that the truth will come out.

I urge my supporters to remain calm. I will continue to serve wananchi fearlessly.

This will not deter me from supporting H. E Uhuru Kenyatta and H. E Raila Odinga in the journey to transform our country.”

Confirming his arrest was the DCI who said they are continuing with investigations into the incident.

“Detectives based at Kilimani have today arrested Hon Paul Ongili alias Babu Owino, Member of Parliament for Embakasi East following a shooting incident at B Club located along Galana Road within Kilimani.

The MP is in lawful custody as further investigations continue.”


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