The death of Pakistani journalist Arshad Muhammad Sharif, according to former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko, should not be blamed on Kenyan police.
As a result of local police officers in Magdi receiving a directive from the Pangani police station, the National Police Service (NPS) acknowledged that Arshad Sharif was shot by the police in a case of mistaken identity.
According to Mike Sonko, Pakistani police in Kenya were ‘tricked’ into shooting a man they believed was involved in a car theft.
Arshad Sharif, according to the former governor of Nairobi Mike Sonko, was being followed by a Pakistani hit squad while working on an investigation that would have exposed a purported money-laundering ring. runs car dealerships in Nairobi and Mombasa.
Politicians and members of Pakistan’s deep state, according to Sonoco, are part of the money laundering ring.
“Assassin squads, the deep state, and the Pakistani establishment followed the late Arshad Sharif wherever he went because he was a wanted man in that country. Behind Closed Doors, a documentary he was about to release, detailed the methods used by Pakistani politicians and other members of the Pakistani establishment to launder money.”
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The Kajiado County police officers who shot Arshad Sharif, according to Sonoko, are innocent because they were set up to kill the Pakistani journalist.
According to the former governor of Nairobi Mike Sonko, police were informed via police radio that a stolen car was traveling toward Magdi and that its occupants were armed and very dangerous.
They claimed that the police officers who blocked the road and began firing at the car carrying the Pakistani journalist were forced to do so because they thought they were preventing dangerous individuals from escaping. the past.
Why am I asserting the innocence of our junior police officers who were in charge of the roadblock on the Nairobi-Magadi highway? Radio transmissions informed the police that the car had been stolen and contained armed and dangerous assailants.