Robert Alai wanted by police over daring raid in Nairobi

Alai in hot soup

According to one of the editors at Weekly Citizen, Alai made his way to their newsroom on Tuesday afternoon.

He is said to have been angered by a story that was being published, alleging he was extorting money from people and organizations in order to stop publishing alarming information about them.

Alwaka told the police that on Tuesday, the blogger angrily destroyed computers, scanner and printer belonging to the newspaper.

The matter, which is record under OB number 84, was confirmed by Central OCPD is Robinson Thuku.

Efforts by Pulselive.co.ke to get a comment from Alai were unfruitful as phone calls went unaswered.

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