Four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) poll officials in Ndhiwa, Homabay county have been arrested by the police over plans to engage in electoral malpractices ahead of the Tuesday general elections.
The four poll officials includes the presiding office of Kanyadoto ward polling station, two deputy presiding officers from Kanyadoto ward polling station and a clerk of Kwabwai ward polling station.
The arrests have been confirmed by the Ndhiwa police boss Paul Rioba and he stated that the four were arrested in Riat and taken to Ndhiwa police station.
According to reports, the four were arrested by residents who stormed the home they were in.
Investigations have since been launched into the allegations and the four will be arraigned in court.
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