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Kenya: IG Boinnet opens investigations on Ruto's pilot

A video clip has been circulating on social networks showing Deputy President William Ruto’s pilot losing his cool and shoving a uniformed Kenyan policewoman during a confrontation
– The video elicited fury among Kenyans, who called for the deportation of the pilot, said to be British
– Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet has ordered the arrest of the man, to assist with investigations into the matter
Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet has ordered that pilot of Deputy President William Ruto present himself to authorities for investigation after a video started circulating of the man, said to be British, shoving a Kenyan policewoman.

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In the amateur clip, the pilot is seen getting into a confrontation with the police officer at Ndunyu Njeru in Nyandarua County on Sunday February 21, 2016, before he pushes and curses at her.
“Do your f***ing job!” the pilot is heard yelling at the uniformed officer.
The pilot had reportedly lost his cool after seeing how the police officer was reluctant to control a crowd that was milling around the helicopter.
The deputy president was in Nyandarua that Sunday, where he attended a church service.

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In a statement released to newsrooms, Boinnet termed the incident unfortunate, saying that police are investigating the matter, with a view of charging the pilot with the crime.
See Boinnet’s statement:
The video clip that widely circulated on social networks elicited fury among Kenyans, with a number of them commenting with the hashtag #DeportRutosPilot.
Here’s the video clip:
Ruto’s spokesman David Mugonyi said that the DP found out about the incident Tuesday morning February 23, and condemned it, saying that police should take action against the pilot whom he had hired for the Nyandarua trip.
“The deputy president respects our hardworking police officers who put in a lot of hours to secure our environment and country,” part of the statement was quoted by The Standard.