Senator in trouble after threatening to shoot dead his wife
They couple fought in their Runda home
The Standard reported that Linturi had been questioned by detectives after Ms Keitany made a complaint to the police.
She told DCI detectives that her husband is a licensed gun holder and had threatened to shoot her after they disagreed.
Linturi admitted that he had been at DCI headquarters but denied that she had been summoned to record a statement.
“The DCI is a public office and anyone can go there when they want at any time. If I went to the DCI it is none of your business,” the senator said as quoted by the Standard.
Keitanny was a powerful official in Deputy President William Ruto’s office until 2015 when she resigned after being linked to a Sh200 million scam.
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