MURDERED Kikuyu MP Hon Muchai Had ESCAPED An Attempted EXECUTION in 2011 by alleged Kiambu mafia

Murdered Kikuyu MP George Muchai was a target of executionist back in 2011, he survived an assassin’s bullet and got hospitalised with bullet wounds at Nairobi hospital. Back then the motivation may have been the impending general election that was to be held in December 2012.

Here is how The Star Newspaper reported the story of his shooting back then>>>

COTU deputy secretary general who was shot in an attempted execution last weekend has been discharged from hospital after four days. Speaking to reporters at the Nairobi Hospital yesterday, George Muchai said he has not been shaken by the attempted murder that occurred on Saturday night along Kangundo road in Nairobi.

He urged the workers to stay calm as the police carry out the investigations. “I will not be intimidated by anything. I will continue defending the workers and will not relent in my ambitions to vie for the Kikuyu parliamentary seat. No one is going to stop me,” said Muchai. Muchai said his life is in danger following the attack and urged the police to speed up investigations. “I do not understand why someone would want to eliminate me. I have always been a champion of peace and I have not had any differences with anyone.

My family members as well as the constituents are alarmed by the last weekend events but everything will be brought to light soon,” said Muchai. Narrating the incident, Muchai said he had accompanied Cotu secretary general Francis Atwoli for a fundraiser at Indarasia Secondary School in Mutungu constituency.

The crime scene where Hon Muchai and his aides were murdered on Saturday morning.
The crime scene where Hon Muchai and his aides were murdered on Saturday morning.

He said he attended another function in Kikuyu township and on his way home along Kangundo road, he was escorted and attacked. “I saw two cars approach me and in a short while, they stopped and one of the men approached my car and ordered me to surrender. I reached for my pistol and I tried to defend myself. I fired at him and he shot nondiscriminatory at me, hitting my thigh. I speed away and drove to the Nairobi Women’s Hospital,” he said.

KENYA-TODAY

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