Mutyambai Orders Echesa to Surrender or be Traced like an Armed Criminal
By Christbuoy080 | self meida writer
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Sacked Sports CS Rashid Mohamed Echesa has been ordered to take himself to any nearest police station within the day.
According to Dundapost.com, Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai, noted that Echesa was almost being treated as a dangerous thug.
His arrest has been triggered by his latest altercation during the Mutungu by-election where he was captured on tape assaulting an IEBC official.
In the Friday statement, the police boss said should Mr. Echesa fail to volunteer himself to any nearest police, he will be hunted down and treated like an 'armed and risky criminal’
“The IG has directed Hon. Rashid Echesa who is on the run after assaulting an election official to surrender to the nearest Police Station by 1.00 pm this afternoon otherwise he will be treated as an armed and dangerous criminal,” partly read the statement.
Echesa was part of the United Democratic Alliance UDA campaigners in Matungu.
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