Starehe MP, Charles Njagua Kanyi, popularly known as Jaguar has been arrested for allegedly provoking traders at the controversial Mwariro market in Nairobi.
Monday, June 29, the parliamentarian got it rough after police officers arrested him around mid-morning for what he terms ´unclear circumstances´.
It is reported that the legislator incited youths to forcibly occupy stalls at Mwariro market which saw him get held in Nairobi Area.
According to him, he does not understand why he got arrested in the first place but has a feeling that the Mwariro market saga is what attracted legal action against him.
He went ahead to declare that regardless of his freedom state, he shall keep fighting for his constituents because leadership calls for service and resilience.
I’m currently at Nairobi Area. The charges against me are unclear though they seem connected to Mwariro Market. I’ll keep fighting for my constituents. Being a leader is tough but my resolve remains unshaken. Allocations at Mwariro Market have to be fair.