Sanator Boni Khalwale has accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of threatening him during his in Kakamega.
Khalwale has said that he reported the president to officers at kakamega Police Station where he recorded a statement on the matter on Sunday morning.
“I 've this morning recorded a statement at Kakamega Police Station concerning President Uhuru's threats against me while he was in Kakamega,” said Senator Khalwale.
The president was in Ikolomani constituency which is the senator's backyard where while addressing locals at Malinya grounds he admitted that he had missed several votes from the area due to lesser efforts in his 2013 campaign.
"You have leaders who come here pretending to be heroes but what they do is insult others instead of selling their policies to the voters...tutamnyorosha (We will discipline him)," said the President
President Uhuru held a rally in Kakamega town yesterday where he briefly addressed residents leaving them with anxiety at Bukhungu Stadium after taking less than two minutes to address the gathering before walking to his official limousine, as reported by local dailies.
Together with his deputy William Ruto, the president urged Kakamega residents not to support the opposition, NASA’s presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
Leaders form the region yesterday criticized the leaders for snubbing the burial Mumias Sugar Company Secretary Ronald Lubya whose requiem mass was held at his home in the adjacent Vihiga County.
Opposition leaders who attended the funeral service led by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi insisted that Mr Lubya’s life had been taken away on June 4, this year for his strong stand against the importation of illegal sugar into the Kenyan market.
Senator Khalwale could not be reached for further details on the claimed threats from the president.