President William Ruto spoke on Sunday about the dramatic arrest of former Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter, telling a Presidential roundtable that arrests are not always abductions.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

According to the Head of State, police are sometimes forced to take action when summonses to criminal suspects are ignored.

President Ruto spoke against the backdrop of a now-viral video of the former MP being pulled out of his car in the middle of the road and bundled into a waiting pick-up by men who appeared to be police officers.

“You guys said it was an abduction, and now it turns out it was not an abduction, the police have said it was an arrest,” President Ruto said.

“The police must act within the law, but we also must also follow the law…CONTINUE READING>>

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