Sonko: Pakistani 'deep state' snipers killed Arshad Sharif over Mombasa cartel documentary

 

Mike Sonko talks of Mombasa cartels


Mike Sonko, who used to be the governor of Nairobi, says that Kenyan police shouldn't be blamed for the death of Pakistani journalist Arshad Mohammed Sharif.

 


After local police in Magadi got a directive from Pangani Police Station, the National Police Service (NPS) acknowledged that Sharif was fatally shot by officers in a case of mistaken identification.

 


Sonko says that the Pakistani man was shot by Kenyan police because they were "duped" into thinking he was stealing a car.


The former governor of Nairobi said that Sharif was being chased by a Pakistani assassination squad because of an investigation he was doing that was supposed to find a money-laundering group that runs car shops in Nairobi and Mombasa. Sharif's investigation was supposed to uncover a group that launders money through car shops in Nairobi and Mombasa.

 


Sonko says that the money-laundering organization is made up of Pakistani leaders and people from the "deep state." 


"Huyu journalist mmpandree the late Arshad Sharif was a wanted man in Pakistan and the killer squad, deep state and the system of Pakistan were pursuing him wherever he was going. He was about to release a documentary entitled " Behind closed doors" which was implicating how Pakistan politicians and members of the Pakistan deep state and system launder money using international financial systems. Hizi mashowrooms mob za mandai Kanairo na Mombasani ziko na doo zao mingi ambazo at the same time ni a very big boost to our economy coz they pay alot of taxes and wameandika wakenya wengi," Sonko wrote in a post on Facebook."


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