–It has unfolded that Jubilee government is plotting to arrest more NASA leaders who made the Raila Odinga swearing-in ceremony successful
-It is alleged that a team of elite squad is being formed to pursue the mega level of operation that will purportedly be led by Said Kiprotich
-The police have allegedly plotted out the houses of NASA leaders who are in the target list for another mega crackdown
More arrest of NASA leaders is impending following the plotted fresh crackdown on the opposition leaders who contributed towards the swearing-in ceremony of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
According to news reaching KDRTV.com, the Jubilee government is plotting to initiate a fresh crackdown on the prominent NASA leaders who took part in the swearing-in ceremony of Raila Odinga on January 30, 2018, at Uhuru Park Grounds in Nairobi.
Following the reports by Daily Nation published on Sunday, February 11, a special and more integrated elite squad is building its foundation to pursue a high level of operation against NASA prominent leaders.
According to the reports, the looming operation would involve the use of brutal force and house raids on the beleaguered opposition leaders to ensure they sustain maximum damage and pain.
“We have been studying their house plans to guide us during the raids. The idea is that these people should not live in comfort while causing trouble,” a confidential source unveiled to Daily Nation.
Regarding the new reports, Said Kiprotich and Chief Inspector Njoroge will lead the high-level operation. The two are also reportedly took part in deporting National Resistance Movement (NRM) general Miguna Miguna.
Inspector general of Police Joseph Boinett had indicated earlier that the crackdown against NASA leaders who took part in swearing-in ceremony would carry on regardless of criticism from various parties.
“We will arrest them. We are matching ahead and no going back,” IG Boinett said during a visit at Kiganjo Police Training College where he repudiated reports he disregarded court orders.
On the other hand, the high court on February 6, 2018, issued an order debarring the police from apprehending various NASA leaders and officials
Earlier, the court had also permitted pro-active bails to James Orengo, Gladys Wanga, David Ndii, Hassan Joho, Simba Arati, George Aladwa, George Khaniri, Jimi Wanjigi, Norman Magaya, Babu Owino, Oduor Ogwen and Cleophas Malala.
Hence, detaining any of the above personnel would amount to disregarding the court order. It is thus thought-provoking to see how inspector general (IG) Joseph Boinett and his officers would proceed with their fresh intensified crackdown on NASA leaders and officials.