Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja on Friday, July 31 called out the National Police Service claiming that six undercover police officers have been trailing him.

Taking to Twitter, Sakaja said the officers were trailing him all afternoon using a white unofficial Isuzu car with car registration number KBZ 317X.

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The Senator urged the police to summon him instead of using suspicious tacts.

“National Police Service, kindly advice your six officers who’ve been trailing me all afternoon in a white Isuzu KBZ 317X to have some more tact.

“If they want a presentation on the formula that unites Kenya, give them my number. I’m available. They sped off when I blew their cover,” he said on Twitter.

Thic came weeks after the Senator was arrested alongside three others for flouting COVID-19 guidelines.

The four were arrested while drinking at a bar along Dennis Pritt Road past curfew hours.


The police were alerted after Sakaja caused a scene at the Ladies Lounge shortly after 1 am.

According to a police report, Kilimani sub-county police commander Adan Hassan was among the senior officers who arrived at the bar, but Sakaja reportedly dared him to handcuff him.

“On visiting the said place, (police) found about 10 seated outside drinking. Sakaja became violent raising hands to be handcuffed.

“He incited others not to get away hence Sakaja was arrested together with three others who refused to give their names for disobeying curfew orders and inciting others,” the police said in their report.

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Sakaja was released on the following day on free bond.

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