NASA Accuses Police Of Using Live Bullets, Asks Supporters Stay Out Of Harms Way


nasaJohnston Muthama has on behalf of NASA once again rejected the IEBC presidential results that declared Uhuru Kenyatta President.

He has accused the Inspector General, Joseph Boinnet and Acting CS for Interior Security Fred Matiang’i of giving the ‘shoot to kill’ directive.

According to the former Senator, over 100 people including children have so far lost their lives.

He has said that both Matiang’i and Boinnet will be held responsible for the alleged deaths.

Read: Joseph Boinnet Warns Police Officers Against Posting Crime Scene Photos On Social Media

Muthama said that their leaders that went to Kibera collected hundreds of bullets.

Matiang’i has denied the use of live ammunition on peaceful demonstrators and has assured Kenyans that should it happen, they will take responsibility.

He however asked their supporters to stay out of harms way.

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