Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has denied claims that he was arrested at the Ladies Lounge in Kilimani and spent the night at the Kilimani Police Station, instead saying that he is the one who arrested the policemen.
Speaking exclusively to PostaMate on phone, Sakaja said that he was at the lounge to investigate claims that police were patronizing the place and harassing the ladies at night. “I was there to follow up on the complains that I received from the great people of Nairobi. Police have been going there to harass innocent ladies at night, most of whom have nowhere else to go.
It was while I was there pretending to be drinking (you know that I am a teetotaler) that police started misbehaving at 1 am. I arrested them and booked them at the Kilimani Police Station. Since they were too drunk to figure out what was happening, they instead thought that they had arrested me instead.
After the arrest, I spent the rest of the night inspecting development works at the police station. We have been running this grand plan to transform the Kilimani Police Station into a modern facility, and I am glad to note that all work is going on well.”
However, Sakaja could not explain why he was experiencing drowsiness, concentration problems, dry mouth, dizziness, fatigue, gastrointestinal distress, absence of hunger, light sensitivity, sweating, nausea, irritability, and anxiety in the morning.