Chaos erupted at Gusii stadium where Kisii county governor Simba Arati was holding a meeting with the county staff, unfamiliar men, who are not formally employed by the county of Kisii attended the event also.
The chaos left two county employees beaten up by the men who hang around the venue of the event. According to one of the victims, he says that he together with another employee was beaten and also employed in the office of the deputy governor.
When Simba Arati stood to speak, he specifically pointed them out and told them that they were against him during the campaigns but he has since then forgiven them, the governor told them that he had a word that there were men who were planning to beat them but he was not to allow it happen.
After the meeting, as they were getting down from the dais, the unidentified group of people held them suddenly, one of the victims says that he identified one man who worked with Simba Arati during his campaigns as a security man, the others also people who worked as the governor's security during the campaigns.
He called the one man he knew by his name and in turn told him to go in the direction the men were directing him, he heard his other colleague's employee screaming and he also decided to scream. Led by the one man he knew by his name, the men started beating them they were rescued and taken back to the governor's office. While there, one officer assured them their safety and led them out of the stadium, before they could exit, they encountered the same people who had beaten them several minutes before and they again started beating them again.
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