Joash Maangi who is the Kisii deputy governor has cried foul after 15 police officers raided his home. He said that he received a message from his brother who informed him that police officers who were well armed were at his residence. His brother said that when he asked them what they were looking for they told him that they were inspecting the house to look for ballot papers that were allegedly stuffed in the house. This forced Maangi to rush to his home but when he had arrived there the security officers had already left. Joash Maangi who is eyeing the Kisii Senatorial seat reacted after the sad the worrying incident.
He is said that the police are becoming brutal and intimidating him just a day to the elections. In his remarks he said, "Police brutality and intimidation. A day to elections then someone decides to send a contingent to my rural home searching my entire compound without my consent. Local police command say they are not aware of the search warrant. We will not bow to police brutality and intimidation."
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