Po­lice said I must not talk to me­dia - MP Myeni

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When called on Fri­day night, MP M y e n i re­quested for a face to face in­ter­view wit h t he re­porter, say­ing he was not able to dis­cuss the mat­ter over the phone.

“Sorry brother may I re­quest that if there is some­thing like that you come to in­ter­view me here at home. When I deal with jour­nal­ists I pre­fer to have a face to face in­ter­view.

I do not grant tele­phone in­ter­views,” he po­litely said. Lat e r when called to ar­range for the in­ter­view yes­ter­day, he said the po­lice had in­structed him not to talk to the me­dia on the mat­ter. How­ever, he ad­vised this re­porter to ob­tain his side of the story from the po­lice state­ment which he was yet to record at 3pm yes­ter­day.

“The po­lice told me not to at­tend the me­dia, they said I had timely re­ported the ac­ci­dent and re­quested that I should no longer at­tend to the me­dia.

They said you will get my state­ment from them, that is what they said you can even call the sta­tion com­man­der,” he said.

“The po­lice told me not to at­tend t he me­dia, they said I had timely re­ported the ac­ci­dent and re­quested that I should no longer at­tend to the me­dia.

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