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Previous CS Echesa Captured in Kakamega After Police Launched Manhunt

Previous CS was accompanied to Kakamega police headquarters under weighty security. 

Echesa slapped the IEBC official blaming him for driving one of their representatives out of the surveying station during casting a ballot. 

Previous Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa has been captured after he was caught on video slapping a constituent authority on Thursday. 

Police had been searching for Echesa for addressing over political decision savagery experienced in Matungu Constituency in Kakamega County. 

This was after he neglected to give up to police as coordinated by Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai. 

Sources said he gave up at around 3 pm in the organization of his legal advisor at Matungu police headquarters. 

He was accompanied to Kakamega police headquarters under substantial security. 

Echesa remained in isolation following the attack episode that happened at the Bulonga surveying station, with police dispatching a quest for him. 

This came as Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi said all gun licenses gave to pioneers engaged with the disorder saw in Matungu, Kabuchai, Nakuru and different spots will be suspended. 

He said the public authority will additionally look to summon Chapter Six of the Constitution and guarantee the pioneers don't run for any elective posts. 

Matiangi said that "We will manage this hazard for the last time. We can't have pioneers paying obligations of Sh10,000 and hang tight for the (case) notice after around 10 months. When they are back to court, they have slapped 10 others and continually continue to pay bonds."

He talked at the Kempinski Hotel in Nairobi during the dispatch of the National Land Commission's 2021/2026 key arrangement. 

Confusion was seen during the by-races in the spots that appeared to overpower police. 

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala's protector was captured after a shooting during the little survey. 

Police said they are researching the episode and will capture more suspects over the issue. 

Congressperson Samson Cherargei, members of parliament Didmus Baraza, Nelson Koech and Wilson Kogo were captured over the confusion in Kabuchai in Bungoma County. They were accused of getting ready to submit a crime. 

Mutyambai advised the political pioneers to give up their weapons to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations promptly for ballistic assessment.

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