VIDEO: Kenyans call for the arrest of Isaac Gichia Paradise Lost for pointing firearm (gun) and threatening to kill his brother and farmers over land dispute KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, December 15, 2021

VIDEO: Kenyans call for the arrest of Isaac Gichia Paradise Lost for pointing firearm (gun) and threatening to kill his brother and farmers over land dispute

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Kenyans are seriously calling for the arrest of Isaac Gichia Paradise Lost, one of the owners of Paradise Lost, for pointing firearm at his brother. (Read More Here).

In a 4 seconds clip, Isaac Gichia, is seen holding a gun (pistol) in his hands while talking and walking angrily towards his brother and the farmers. 

According to a source who dropped some messages in our D.M, says that the police in Kiambu County haven't summoned or arrested Isaac, despite four farmers who have given their statements on the incident. 

After seeing the short clip and statements, Kenyas began to trend the hash tag, #ArrestIsaacParadiseLost.

A source tells Kossyderrickent:

Isaac, the owner of Paradise lost who has been in ownership wrangles with his brother over the said property, threatened to kill his brother with a gun during one of their encounters. 

"There is a code of conduct that licenced firearm holders should adhere to and follow.
I believe being reckless is a punishable offense and subjective to withdrawal of licence. 

"All the workers including his dad had to run for dear life during the incident,which was also caught on camera, as Isaac became unruly and uncontrollable
@DCI_Kenya. 

"The matter was reported to Kiambu police station. Fortunately or rather unfortunately, Isaac has never been summoned even though 4 other witnesses recorded a statement on the same. 

"Since the incident in October this year, the KIambu town. CCIO has also been silent on the matter. No efforts to make an arrest at all.
Does this mean Isaac is above the law? 

"If his own family and workers doesn't feel safe around him, then who is safe? 
@DCI_Kenya @NPSC_KE please see that the matter is handled with urgency for the general safety of the public and Isaac is brought to book."
 
Video below:

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