Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has revealed that the police officers have stormed Mucatha Primary School Polling Station in Kiambaa and arrested the UDA agent Henry Njega.
The reason behind the arrest of Ruto's longtime confidant Henry has not been established as privy sources have indicated that he is currently held at Kiambu Police Station awaiting to to face undisclosed charges.
"Police have stormed Mucatha primary School and arrested lead UDA agent Henry Njega" Moses Kuria wrote.
At the same time, Hon Kimunya has this morning been ejected from a polling station by the irate voters who complained of possible emergence of voter bribery.
This comes jointly after the IEBC restricted the MPs from accessing the polling stations and ordered them to leave the voters, IEBC officials, party agents, observers and the security officers to do their sacred roles to avert the voter bribery and some other related electoral multi-practises.
Earlier today in the morning, the IEBC in collaboration with the ministry of health heightened the COVID-19 protocols by turning away electorates who showed up without face masks
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