BY LERUMPE MORONKO & BOSCO NCHOKO
A week ago Mr Joel Nasieku, an administrators in the office of Narok East MP Hon. Ken Lemaken Aramat was alleged to have sent assassination threats to a Nairobi based lawyer, Mr Suyianka Lempaa.
Lempaa who reported the matter to the police in Narok, later recorded a statement to the effect that, Nasieku, through his personal Facebook account sent him assassination threats.
Speaking to The Narok Newspaper Edition via phone, Nasieku said that he would not comment on the matter as it has already been taken over by the criminal investigators. However, he said that he will give an official statement on Wednesday upon appearing before the CID in Narok.
The police had on Friday evening issued an order for Mr Nasieku to appear before them or face arrest.
While speaking to Narok Newspaper Edition at his office in Ambank House, Lempaa who practices law in style of Suyianka Lempaa & Co Advocates said that he is not afraid of death as all must one day die. He however said that threats, especially those emanating from public officials cannot be outrightly dismissed.
Mr Lempaa who is eyeing the Narok East parliamentary position come 2017 says that he visits the constituency every time without any fear. “I don’t chase small rats in the streets, if anyone is after me let him come out clean,” says Lempaa.
“I have been and will remain a defender of the oppressed, to say the least I even argued a petition in the highest court which sought to bar the current President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto from vying, well versed of the repercussions which may precipitate therefore”.
Mr. Lempaa who is currently sponsoring football matches and donating balls across Narok East Constituency has also said that there is a vacuum in Narok East parliamentary position which must be filled.
“We have plans underway to engage the youth in Mosiro, Ildamat, Keekoyokie and Suswa in several projects before December”, says Lempaa.
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