– NTV journalist Larry Madowo has been summoned by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations for questioning regarding NASA strategist David Ndii
– Larry Madowo revealed that he had been summoned over an interview he conducted with David Ndii back in August 22
– David Ndii is currently under the police radar over incitement charges
Nation Media Group journalist Larry Madowo has been summoned by the DCI over an interview he had with NASA strategist David Ndii.
In a letter from DCI offices on Tuesday, December 5, Nation Media Group have been instructed to avail Larry Madowo for questioning regarding an interview he conducted with the NASA strategist on August 22, two weeks after the general election.
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“To facilitate our investigations, please avail the news anchor the interviewer in the above matter to come assist in the investigation and henceforth record a statement.” The letter from DCI offices reads in part.
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David Ndii, is currently under investigation regarding alleged inciting remarks, and was only released on Monday, November 4 on police bond after spending 24 hours in custody.
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In the August 22 interview, Larry Madowo hosted David Ndii to speak on NASA’s next course of action after Uhuru Kenyatta was declared winner of the poll.
Ndii, who was very particular on the way forward, had at the time sensationally declared the NASA camp were ready to call for mass action for what they felt was a flawed electoral process.
"We will call for mass action. We have been calling for mass action since 1992, and we will not stop as long as people try to restore dictatorship, even if I die," Ndii told Larry Madowo on August 22.
The NASA strategist was recently handed a pivotal role in the opposition's people's Assembly days before his arrest.
NASA leader Raila Odinga had condemned Ndii's arrest, asserting that it is a plot by the Jubilee administration to bully the opposition into silence and submission.
He, however, insisted that the opposition will not be cowed, adding that they will remain undeterred.
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