Nakuru East MP David Gikaria Released After Arrest Over Fighting
Nakuru East Member of Parliament David Gikaria has been delivered on police obligation of Ksh.50,000 a day after he was captured following a squabble at a surveying station inside the region.
The lawmaker will be summoned after police finish up examinations concerning the occurrence.
As indicated by Nakuru Police Commander Peter Mwanzo, the MP battled an individual up-and-comer and purportedly sent a gathering of thought thugs to Naka surveying station however were shocked by police.
"Earlier today he showed up at the Lanet surveying focus where he battled an individual competitor. Later on in the early evening, at Naka surveying focus, he sent a gathering thought to be hooligans however were pursued away by police," said Commander Mwanzo.
He noticed that one individual was hospitalized for wounds supported in the fracas and that police had opened examinations concerning the episode.
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