Political scientist and acclaimed scholar Professor Mutahi Ngunyi notes the demise of former Kabete MP Paul Koinange could have been linked to the legislator’s intention to expose a plot to assassinate President Uhuru Kenyatta.
At the time of his death, the late Koinange was the National Assembly’s Departmental Committee on Administration and National Security Chairperson.
In a tweet on Sunday, Prof Ngunyi asked the Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to probe into what circumstances led to the MP’s untimely death, considering he did not die from Covid.
The late Koinage died on 31st March 2021 at the Nairobi Hospital, a year before Nairobi businessman Stanley Livondo claimed he knew the individuals who tried killing the president and was ready to record a statement, plus hand in evidence to the DCI.
”All information, everything they wanted is available. I have even urged them to bring the FBI, Scotland Yard, and Mossad from Israel on board. Some of the activities in the assasination plot involved the Middle East. I have provided names, the people who were involved, the mercenaries, and a list of witnesses ready to shed light on this very serious matter.
This is not a matter to joke about, we are talking about people wanting to kill the Head of State here. These are not any other political utterances, I am a leader and I am responsible for whatever I say,” Livondo said during Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s thanksgiving rally in Thika in February.