If you had a quickie, drunk too much, took naked photos or photos of you were taken while in compromising positions- be afraid, be very afraid, one Keriako Tobiko is taking John Muthuto seriously as the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions ( DPP) has directed investigations into alleged sale of alcohol to children and criminal activities during the recent Masaku 7s Rugby tournament in Machakos a fortnight ago.
In a letter seen by local media, the office of the DPP has directed the Divisional Headquarters Machakos County to open investigations into the allegations and file a report within 7 days.
The letter reads in part, “The matter refers, the chairman of the National Campaign Against Drugs and Alcohol Abuse John Mututho has raised concerns in the local media on what transpired during the above mentioned rugby tournament held in Machakos on June 28th 2014.” It goes on:
“There are serious allegations of unlawful behavior of a criminal nature exhibited during the tournament among them sale of alcohol to under age children, commission of indecent acts in public, threats to burn a local church among other criminal activities.
In light of the above, you are hereby directed to undertake thorough and comprehensive investigations into these alleged criminal activities including what security measures if any were put in place during the said rugby tournament to prevent any and why the same occurred despite the presence of such security.”
This cannot be allowed to happen, I expect to see people from the governor’s office explaining why this had to occur, the same should happen to the traffic department, the police and other officers and agencies who slept on their jobs so much as to allow sale of alcohol to underage children, adults who committed unlawful acts and so on. That is the spirit.
The place was locked up so much so that incase one developed a cardiac problem, wanted to give birth or some emergency like that they would simply have died. There was no way out,” he said.
Here are some of the photos,just in case you missed it