– Daniel Wekesa Nalyanya was arrested as he attempted to access the VIP dais while Baringo senator Gideon Moi was giving a speech. According to him, he wanted to hand over his CV to the president so he could help him join the military forces
– The 30-year-old father of two also thanked DCI officers for buying him snacks while he was in police custody. Wekesa further disclosed that he had sought Uhuru’s attention for long and seized the opportunity after carefully orchestrating his plan
A man who was hurriedly dragged out of Nyayo National Stadium during the late Mzee Daniel Moi’s memorial service has revealed why he wanted President Uhuru Kenyatta’s attention.
Daniel Wekesa Nalyanya was arrested during the service as he attempted to access the VIP dais while Baringo senator Gideon Moi was giving a speech.
Speaking during an interview on Radio Jambo on Tuesday, February 18, Wekesa said he wanted to as the president to help him join the military as he was jobless.
” I wanted to give him my CV so he can get me into the military to join the special service although there are other political issues I would also love to share with the president,” he said.
Wekesa compared the head of state to his elder brother with whom they share the same birth year while noting that he desperately needed the president’s help after suffering for a long time.
The father of two disclosed that he had sought Uhuru’s attention for long and seized the opportunity at Nyayo after carefully orchestrating his plan.
Wekesa’s hatched his plan on Monday, February 10, escaping from his Mlolongo home that night and walked over 27 kilometers to Nairobi, risking his wife’s wrath.
His plan rolled out after he managed to secure a seat at a county commissioner’s spot, near the presidential dais.
#RIPPresidentMoi #moifarewell Daniel Wekesa Nalyanya aged 30 is the one who shouted at Nyayo Stadium and got arrested he hails from Bungoma but resides in Mlolongo. Upon interrogation he said he wanted the president to offer him a job he is currently at Langat Police Station
His efforts, however, did not bear fruit as officers dressed in civilian clothes got hold of him and bundled him out of the stadium.
Back at home, his worried wife had rushed to the police station to file a missing person’s report, thinking that trouble had befallen his way.
The youth who hails from Mlolongo, Machakos County, appreciated officers from the Directorate of Criminal investigations (DCI) who were kind enough to buy him snacks while at the station.
“I told them I had not eaten from the previous night so they bought me a soda and scorns but I did not have the appetite to eat since my mission had not been accomplished,” he said.
The 30-year-old holds a certificate in automotive engineering from a technical college in Nairobi and can also drive.
Sometimes he depends on his wife to pay rent, and put food on the table for their two kids and to pay school fees too