Homa Bay night runners in trouble as villagers demand they be ‘exiled’

Jack Songo, the self-confessed president of night runners during an interview in 2013. He has now denied being a night runner after residents of Ndhiwa in Homa Bay demanded that he and his group be exiled. FILE PHOTO | MAURICE KALUOCH | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Residents of his village in Ndhiwa, Homa Bay County have demand that he and members of his team be exiled.
  • Chief Ouma said the image of the residents of Kobita, Koguta, Kamenya and Kaguria has been dented by the activities of the self-confessed night runners.
  • When he was given an opportunity to defend himself, Mr Songo denied being a night runner.
  • He, instead, blamed the media claiming he was reported out of context.

Self-styled president of Kenya Night Runners Association Jack Songo now says he is only a comedian.

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