Nkaissery’s wife issues new statement to NASA leaders
The NASA leaders were chased away from Nkaissery's home last week.
According to the family spokesman, Saitoti Ole Maika, said Hellen Nkaissery regretted the events that transpired last week when the Opposition leaders were sent away when they came to mourn the late CS.
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According to The Star, Maika said the leaders were also welcome to attend the burial of Nkaissery scheduled to take place at their Ilbisil, Kajiado County on Saturday, July 15.
“The two are mourners like other Kenyans and are free to attend the funeral on Sunday. Whether their mourning will be genuine or not, that will be between them and their God,” Maika said.
Nasa leaders led by Nkedianye, Memusi, Wiper candidate for county woman MP seat Simayiai Rakita and former Kenya Meat Commission chairman Taraiya ole Kores were among members of the Opposition who were ejected from the late CS’s compound last week.
Security at Nkaissery’s home was heightened with a member of the funeral committee saying there were strict instructions not to allow any member of the Opposition into the compound.
Nkaissery, before his untimely death had a frosty relationship with Governor Nkedianye and MP Memusi.
The bad blood came into the fore earlier this month when the ODM offices in Kajiado were vandalised by unknown people.
Nkedianye and Memusi shortly after convened a press conference and said that the late Nkaissery had threatened them.
They even recorded a statement with the police over the matter.
Nkaissery later said he would instruct his lawyers to file a suit against the two for defamation.
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