Moses Kuria explains how he hid in Raila’s home after being beaten by Police Officers.

The CS on Thursday recounted how a group of police officers followed him, forcing a gathering of dignitaries, politicians and dignitaries, including himself, to hide in a mangrove plantation at the home of former opposition leader Jaramogi Oginga Odinga.

While at the inauguration of the Industrial Park in Siaya County on Thursday, September 21, Kuria recounted that former President Daniel Arap Moi imposed a curfew on the opposition politician’s house, and ordered that no events or celebrations should be held in the residence. after 6 in the morning.

However, together with the community leaders, the Jaramogi family stubbornly organized disco matanga, against the wishes and orders of the old administration.

”We returned to Kang’oo Ka’Jaramogi a year later to celebrate his life, but the administration of former President Daniel arap Moi did not want us to celebrate the anniversary.

Former President Moi had assured us that there would not be any live music, which we did not agree with,” he recounted.

According to Kuria, Jaramogi was one of the most important people in his life, having saved him from possible expulsion while he was studying at the University of Nairobi (UoN).

“When I remember the journey that Governor James Orengo, Senator Oburu Odinga and I had 29 years ago, in 1994, I am happy that we are here.

On January 20, 1994, we were here to bury Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, the man who instructed the former Homa Bay Senator, Gerald Otieno Kajwang to represent me in court, where I got an order preventing me from being expelled from the University of Nairobi. ,” Kuria said.

Kuria narrated how a squad of police officers raided the house while revelers gathered to listen to a local musician who had barely started performing.

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