Police have summoned a section of Narok County leaders over Monday’s chaos in the town. The leaders led by Senator Stephen ole Ntutu and some MPs are required before CID headquarters Tuesday morning for allegations of inciting the residents to violence during the protest
Two people were killed and several people among them, Narok North OCPD Paul Leting, was injured. According to The Star Newspaper Tunai speaking about the issued said, “It is unacceptable that a set of leaders take sadistic pleasure in inciting some residents of Narok along partisan and private interests, fashioned along clan divisions on false claims of corruption against my administration.” He termed the disputes in Narok county as a “contest of greed and clannism against transparency and a new leadership order…”
The protesters had taken to the streets of Narok town demanding that Tunai step down over corruption allegations. They demanded that the receive the petition in person but police shot in the air to disperse the crowd. The protesters gave the Tunai 21 days to respond to allegations.