JKUAT student reveals how BRIAN BERA tried to recruit him in his mission to kill President UHURU KENYATTA


Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - The name Brian Bera is currently on the lips of every Kenyan after the bearer tried to sneak into State House and harm President Uhuru.

The 25-year old Fifth Year Mechanical Engineering student at JKUAT was shot and wounded and is currently receiving treatment at KNH.

It has now emerged that Brian had attempted to recruit a fellow student in his mission attack State House.

The third year student (name withheld) narrated how Brian approached him and sold him the idea but he thought he was just joking.

 “Last Saturday, I met Bera at Hall Seven in JKUAT, where he had gone to access the WI-FI. He introduced himself to me and started a conversation about Kenya’s leadership. He said he felt oppressed by the current regime, which, according to him, has done nothing to ensure his forefathers’ ‘stolen’ land in Mt. Elgon is restored to them,” 

“It is during that conversation that he vowed to avenge the said-oppression, saying he recently dreamt about harming the president. Bera walks around with a kitchen knife, which he says he uses to protect himself.

“It was during his narration that he said by the end of one week, beginning June 9, he would have invaded State House, Nairobi armed with his kitchen knife. He even asked me to accompany him, but I immediately told him off against that plot,” said the informant.

“I did not know he was serious with the plan. According to me, it looked like one of those fantasy talks people often hold.”

He went on to reveal why Bera refers to himself as the Prince of Ethiopia.

“Bera claims he is a religious purist, believing should he get intimate with a woman, then the woman must be a virgin – and that, to him, there is a lot of immorality in Kenya. He, therefore, says it is only in Ethiopia where he can get virgin women to marry. That is why he refers to himself as The Prince of Ethiopia,” said the source.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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