Police said I must not talk to media - MP Myeni
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.