Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja was on Saturday morning captured at a Kilimani bar for mocking the administration’s curfew orders.
As per a police report, an official from Kilimani zone got data that a bar, to be specific Ladies Lounge, was all the while working at around 1.10 am.
After visiting the bar, the cop discovered Sakaja among a gathering of 10 individuals situated outside drinking.
The representative was encouraged to leave inciting the official to call her local methodical official who likewise neglected to persuade the legislator to withdraw the premises.
Afterward, the Deputy OCPD Kilimani Adan Hassan with his group joined different officials at the bar.
“Never been arrested. Won’t be. Show me an OB Number,” tweeted Mr Sakaja.
He dared the police to prove his arrest by revealing the OB number.
However, videos of him captured inside a cell at Kilimani Police station have gone viral.
He is seen asking officers for his phone and threatening some consequences if it is lost.
An officer who offered to speak to him was shooed off with the “super senator” asking him if he would get inside the cell.
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Later, the Deputy OCPD Kilimani Adan Hassan with his team joined the other officers at the bar.
“It is then that Hon Sakaja became violent. He incited the others not to get away and was arrested,” the police report read.
The other three refused to give out their names for disobeying curfew orders and inciting the others.
During Sakaja’s arrest, the others managed to escape from the scene.
While in custody, the senator was asked to be given a free bond but he refused to leave the cell.
The police said Sakaja threatened to transfer all the officers involved in his arrest within 24 hours.
However, when contacted by the Star, the senator denied being arrested terming the claims ‘politics’.
The senator challenged those claiming he was arrested to produce an OB No.
“I am at home but I am ready to present myself to the Kilimani police station if they ‘are planning to arrest me’,” he said.