It is almost 24 hours since police raided Jimmy Wanjigi's residence to arrest him.
The officers believed to be more than 20 are yet to get hold of him according to latest reports.
NTV's Kennedy Murithi this afternoon visited the scene under heavy security and gave a snippet of what is yet to be revealed.
He says that sources from the inside claim that he has locked himself in a bunker (a reinforced underground shelter, typically for use in wartime.)
Anti-terrror police have lobbed teargas cannisters to a crowd that was trying to force themselves into Jimmy's mansion.
Kennedy Murithi also discloses that several Subaru's from Directorate of Criminal Investigations have been making their way in and out.
It is yet to be made clear the reason behind the drama. Some are alleging that it is a bout a gun case, a land deal or supporting One Kenya Alliance.
This is not the first time Jimmy is giving police a hard time.
In 2017 it took the police 3 days to fish him out of the bunker at his Muthaiga home.
Here is the link to the video.
A car inside Jimmy's mansion waiting to whisk him to DCI offices once they get hold of him.
Muriithi pointing at civilian police deployed outside Jimmy's House.
A teargas canister used by police to disburse civilians outside Jimmy's House.
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