Police did not raid NASA offices - WATCHMEN at the SIFA TOWERS SAYS

Saturday August 5, 2017-Security officers manning SIFA building in Nairobi have denied reports from National Super Alliance (NASA) leaders that police raided one of the offices in the building on Friday evening.

According to NASA secretariat head, Norman Magaya, police raided the NASA tallying centre at the building and took away with 290 tablets and 50 laptops a claim dismissed by watchmen and other security officers.

“A few minutes to 8pm Friday, police in hoods and armed with AK47 and machine guns raided different offices that host operations of the Opposition National Super Alliance and held staff, mostly young university and college students on internship, hostage, forcing them to lie on the floor for hours then took away all their equipment,” Magaya said.

“The raiders also broke down and ferried away surveillance cameras, desktop computers, computer servers, Ipads and laptops in addition to taking photos of the identification documents of all the staff,” Magaya added.

But Nairobi police boss Japheth Koome denied reports of a raid and said he was not aware of such raid.

“I cannot comment because I am not aware of such a thing," Koome said.


  1. hii ni kazi ya jubilee na ndio maana tutaizika tarehe nane/nane saa mbili asubuhi

  2. NASA looking for sympathy votes. they very well know about Msando i can bet that for sure. cheap politics will never take them anywhere. anyway their days are numbers just count one - three and they are gone to oblivion

  3. They are looking for sympathy votes. It will not work

  4. This type of propaganda has failed to add up. Look for sympathy which you will not get.

  5. looking for simpathy votes

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