Hanifa Were is terribly afraid because Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip wants her dead.
The two had a brief relationship in May, however, they parted ways.
Though pregnant, Were says she needs nothing from the Senator because she is able to raise her child.
All she wants is to expose the threats to her life which are increasingly worrying.
Were says Loitiptip demanded that she abort. She refused, sparking rage from the Senator who hired his alleged henchmen to take her out.
“If you check one his YouTube videos, you can see those men,” she says.
“Those men came to my house thrice to harm me. They were looking for a lookalike but they were not sure whom I am.”
Were says one of the assailant faced her. They were driving a black car.
Last year, Governor Okoth Obado was charged with the murder of university student Sharon Otieno.
Were fears she might form part of this statistic.
“When I stayed with Loitiptip, he showed me videos of how they torture people. He’s dangerous,” Were said on Sunday at Muslims for Human Rights offices.
Muhuri Chairman Khelef Khalifa called for thorough probe.
“The days when politicians could get away with such acts are over. Let police probe and apprehend those involved,” he said.
Were has reported the matter to the Director of Criminal Investigation in Nairobi and Mombasa.
Mysteriously, Were’s data on the phone has disappeared. DCI retrieved some information, most threatening messages, which are the center of the probe.
Loitiptip is said to have snubbed DCI summoning.
Pressure for his arrest is mounting.
Were says she has gone to a safe houses once because of threats from Loitiptip.
“If anything happens to me, Loitiptip should be held responsible,” Were says.
The Lamu senator has however denied the claims.