Earlier today a group of youths stormed the Hustler Centre offices.Reports from tangatanga blogger Dennis Itumbi claim that 5 people hired by 3 members of parliament Kamanda,Junet and Babu Owino have been arrested by Muthangari police.According to Itumbi,they were hired to stage demonstrations at United Democratic Alliance (UDA) offices demanding for their payment after working for the party.
Earlier information had indicated that the goons were recruited and transported by buses with promises of a 2 thousand shillings each.The number plates of the buses were KBQ 514Q from City Shuttle and KCZ 054R from Embassava Sacco.
The goons were alleged to be demanding their pay for telling ODM Party Raila Odinga they support the wheelbarrow movement at Burma market earlier on.
The police are still looking for the buses involved in transporting the goons to UDA offices.
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