Apologise to God for calling me a monkey, Marwa tells Junet

  • Marwa vows to continue fighting drug barons at the coast despite abuse from politicians
  • The regional coordinator denies assertions that fight against drug barons is political
  • Wants Suna East Mp Junet Mohamed to apologise to God

Coast regional coordinator Nelson has told Suna East Mp Junet Mohamed to apologise to God after calling the administrator a monkey during an interview on Citizen TV on Sunday night.

Marwa said he will not abuse Junet but vowed not to be cowed by the remarks of the legislator as far as the fight against drug abuse at the Coast is concerned.

“I don’t need him to apologise to me but he should apologise to God I am a beautiful creation of God, I respect him as a leader but it’s a shame when he goes to the National television and call me a monkey,” Marwa said.

Marwa has also said that police will now investigate Junet to see if there is any link that he is benefiting from the proceeds of drugs barons at the Coast that led him to fiercely defend them.

“We will now be on his case, we want to investigate him over his relations with this case, is he a beneficiary of proceeds of drugs or what is his interest on this,” Marwa said.

READ ALSO: Marwa feud with Joho continues as war on drugs intensifies

Marwa said he will continue to speak the truth on matters of drugs and no amount of abuse will make him keep quiet.

“I will not be intimidated, I will continue to speak the truth,” Marwa said.

“Junet should be the first person to fight the drugs. I wonder why the TV station allowed him to leave the studio. That is somebody who should have been arrested,” he said.

Sijawahi kukuomba chakula kwa nyumba yako, niko na riziki yangu. Mimi sitakutukana... I will not, because I respect him as a leader,” he told journalists in Mombasa.

Junet called the Coast regional coordinator a monkey during an interview on Citizen TV on Sunday night.

He said Marwa had been targeting particular individuals in his crackdown and was seeking to frustrate Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho.

Efforts by show host Hussein Mohamed for the MP to apologise fell on deaf ears as he stuck to his guns, daring Marwa to take him to court.


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