Narok OCS Flags Sankok Police Report As ‘Fake’ 

David Sankok at the MIlimani Law Court | PHOTO BY CYRUS KIMANGA/ UZALENDO NEWS

Nominated EALA MP David Sankok found himself at a crossroads after he was tasked to explain report he recorded with the police over a threatening message. 

The report allegedly recorded by Sankok has been disputed by Samson Okenye, the then OCS Narok Police Station where the offense was initially reported.

Okenye addressed his letter to the sub-county police chief, questioning unusual facts while on duty and examining the OB book for September 2018.

Okenye said that one of the daily weapons check pages had been unpasted, and that upon reading it, he noticed a complaint from Sankok.

According to Okenye, the record indicated that Sankok had reported that at around 05.30 hours his driver, Raphael Kapaya Torome insulted him and damaged his walking stick.

Sankok also reported that his then driver refused to drive. The OCS wrote that the MP had also indicated that Torome called him corrupt. 

Sankok alleged that his former driver insulted him and thus he sought police assistance and action.

Okenye said that soon after, he called his colleague in-charge of anti-crime, Inspector Ephantus Mwangi, to inquire whether he had also come across the entry or investigation.

According to Okenye, inspector Mwangi told him that he had never seen such a report by Sankok in the OB and that he was not investigating any case against the legislator’s driver.

Okenye added that he wondered how a person of Sankok calibre (MP) could raise a complaint at the station without the knowledge of the OCS or the officer in charge of anti-crime unit. 

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“I find this complaint not genuine in the way it was recorded and in the manner, it was sneaked into the station records.”

In 2019, Torome was charged before then Milimani Chief Magistrate Martha Mutuku for allegedly sending threatening messages to Sankok if he did not send him money.