Overseer General of Police Joseph Boinnet on Tuesday morning requested the capture of Deputy President William Ruto’s pilot who was caught on tape ambushing a female cop in Nyandarua.
“I ordered this morning for the arrest of that pilot who bullied our officer. That behaviour is totally unacceptable,” said Mr Boinnet.
In the video, the well-manufactured pilot is seen drawing nearer female Corporal of Police who was with her male partner. Not long after, charges at the female officer, driving standers-by to bring their voices up in an offer to frighten him off.
DP Ruto had before additionally guided the police to examine the occurrence where the pilot he contracted, Captain Alister Brown, was included in a fight with the officer.
RUTO RESPECTS OFFICERS
Mr Ruto said that he regards Kenya’s persevering cops.
The Airbus AS 350 helicopter was contracted by DP Ruto on Sunday for a petition to God administration in Ndunyu Njeru in Kinangop.
The National Police Service representative George Kinoti said that the assault was not defended at all and that examinations had been dispatched.
“Following the unfortunate incident that took place in Ndunyu Njeru in Nyandarua…, where an alleged pilot is captured assaulting a female police officer in uniform, the Inspector General of Police Mr Joseph Boinnet has ordered investigations with immediate effect and commencement of criminal proceedings against the suspect,” Mr Kinoti said in a statement.
SURRENDER TO POLICE
“The suspect has subsequently been ordered to surrender to any nearest police station.”