BY THE STAR
NAROK county commissioner Arthur Osiya has said police will soon release a report on Sikona Muntet, who was killed during a demonstration in Narok town on January 26.
Muntet was shot dead by security officers at the gate of the Narok county government offices during a protest against Governor Samuel Tunai.
The demonstration was aimed at asking Tunai to step down following corruption allegations.
Another 10 people were injured, including Narok North police boss Paul Leting and a GSU officer.
Osiya said the cartridge from the bullet that killed Muntet is being analysed by the CID and the report will be made public.
He spoke to the Star in his office yesterday. “I have directed the CID to fast-track the process. Whoever shot Muntet will be known once the test is completed,” said Osiya.
Senator Stephen Ntutu, MPs Moitalel Kenta (Narok North), Korei Lemein (Narok South), Patrick Ntutu (Narok West) and Johanna Ng’eno (Emurua Dikirr) have urged the government to arrest security personnel responsible for the death
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