Nairobi Senator Sakaja Threatens To Transfer Police Officers Who Found Him Drinking In A Bar During Curfew Hours.

Senator Sakaja

Nairobi Senator Sakaja Johnson found himself in trouble with the law on Saturday morning after he was caught drinking at a pub during curfew hours.

According to police reports, the lawmaker fought back an attempt by law enforcers from the National Police Service to nab him when they busted him downing bottles at a Kilimani bar. This was during the government’s curfew hours.

It all began when the public alerted an officer from the Kilimani area that Ladies Lounge was still operating at around 1.10 am. He rushed to the pub and ran into Sakaja and a group of 10 people seated outside gobbling beer.

The female officer asked Senator Sakaja to leave the pub but he stood his ground prompting her to call her regional orderly officer whose pleas also fell on deaf ears.

The two law enforcers found themselves in the thick of things and had to seek help from the Deputy OCPD Kilimani Adan Hassan who stormed into the Lounge with his team.

“It is then that Hon Sakaja became violent. He incited the others not to get away and was arrested,” the police report read.

Three of his accomplices refused to give out their names for disobeying curfew orders and inciting the others.

During Senator Sakaja’s arrest, the others managed to escape from the scene.

While in custody, Senator Sakaja was asked to be given a free bond but he refused to leave the cell. The police said Senator Sakaja threatened to transfer all the officers involved in his arrest within 24 hours.

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