A serious gun drama was filmed in Naivasha where Senator Paul Njoroge drew a gun at a Shell Petrol station which he operated after Shell decided to terminate a contract with him following non payment of debt.
The Tuesday incident attract attention of Kenyans after the video of the incident was widely shared online and on local media. The Senator was later charged on Wednesday with causing disturbance and released on a Ksh 50,000 cash bail.
It’s a big surprise that Vivo Kenya CEO, Polycarp Igathe personally went to supervise the termination of contract like Vivo Kenya doesn’t have structures which could handle that effectively. Polycarp Igathe is Capital FM owner, Chris Kirubi’s son. Igathe is known as the former CEO of Haco Kenya.
Meanwhile, Kenyans have continued to make fun of the whole incident with celebrities like Chipukeezy joining in.