Former President Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed to take firm legal action against the organizers of Monday’s invasion at his Northlands farm.
The invasion which saw armed goons cut down trees, partition the expansive land, and steal over 1,000 heads of sheep has divided the Kenya Kwanza administration with some Mt Kenya leaders calling for punishment of the criminals plus their sponsors, and others, celebrating it.
The government has also come under sharp criticism from national leaders, the Church, and civil society groups on the manner the attacks on Northlands City, Mr. Odinga’s East Africa Spectre, and the Kibra incidents were handled.
On the other hand, Uasin Gishu senator will summon Police IG Japheth Koome to parliament and has threatened to sponsor his (Koome) impeachment motion because of how he handled the Monday protests and the invasion of Mr. Kenyatta’s property.
Failure by police to move in and repulse the intruders who were armed with axes, power saws, and machetes, the senator believes, was scripted to abet the thuggery.