14 suspects who attacked Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Raila Odinga during his Uasin Gishu visit at Late Jackson Kibor's burial have spoken out disclosing who has sent them.
According to Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Stephen Kihara, he has informed that so far they have already arrested 14 suspects who have given more details on what transpired informing that "those arrested have given information on how the incident took place."
"We will not allow that to happen in our country and anyone doing that will not be tolerated," Kihara has said.
Commissioner Stephen Kihara has also informed that they have also been notified by the arrested suspect that "key political leaders in the region" were in play as they are the facilitators of the chaos.
The remarks from the Uasin Gishu Commissioner come after Raila Odinga's Campaign Secretary Chairman Makau Mutua has said that those who were involved should not be spared wanting that the guilty should face the full force of the law.
“We ask the state to leave no stone unturned in investigating the attack on Mr. Odinga and his entourage in order to bring the weight and full force of the law on those responsible,” Prof Makau said in a statement issued on Saturday morning.
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