ODM Treasurer Timothy Bosire has been arrested by over 40 police officers in Kisii County. The vocal ex Member of Parliament was arrested while at Ufanisi Resort in Kisii Town. Timothy Bosire was a Member of Parliament of Kitutu Masaba Constituency from 2013 to 2018. He was lost his seat to Shadrach Mose in 2018. The former Kitutu Masaba Constituency MP was bundled into a Subaru at Ufanisi Resort, a thing that caused drama for sometime. However, it is not clear where he will be spending tonight.
According to the report shared through Facebook, the powerful from Kisii community is behind the arrest of this vocal ex Member of Parliament. They are almost succeeding in diverting attention of voters and leaders as they execute their plans.
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