Master orator PLO Lumumba left many Kenyans awed with his linguistic skills after making him submission at the Supreme Court but it seems not all Kenyans were amused.
According to the The Standard, workers at Lumumba’s rural home in Siaya County were paid a visit by unknown people who allegedly threatened their lives after Lumumba’s submission.
The alleged threats were not taken lightly by police who have since beefed up security at his rural home.
Speaking to the local media,Area OCPD Paul Kiarie, who spent the entire Tuesday at the homestead in Usigu division, Bondo sub-county, investigating the source of the supposed threat, said four police officers have been stationed at the home.
A worker told The Standard that unknown people hurled stones into the compound of the lawyer on Monday night soon after PLO made his submissions at the court in which he pleaded that NASA petition lacked focus and particularity.
Another worker revealed that some people who live in the locality have plotted to torch the home if the Supreme Court rules in favour of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Lumumba, who was representing IEBC in the Presidential petition case, has been viewed as a traitor by some NASA supporters in Siaya and has lost quite a number of admirers from opposition supporters ever since he appeared at the Supreme court.