Members of Parliament associated with United Democratic Party (UDA) have been arrested and detained in Bungoma County police station for bringing chaos at Mabanga police station.
Kimilili Mp Didmus Barasa with Nandi County Senator were arrested by police officers and transported to Bungoma police station.
In Matungu Constituency, Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioner (IEBC) has fired one official who is said to have links with Kakamega County government.
Former Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa earlier today slapped an IEBC official for protecting UDA supporters to access voting at Bulimbo polling station.
‘’This is wrong how can you protect our supporters to vote, I am here to ensure that UDA supporters are also given time to exercise their democratic right,’’ said Echesa.
In Nakuru County Journalists were attacked by hired goons, Journalists from K24 TV and Milele Fm are nursing injuries, Media Council of Kenya has been asked to cater for journalist during these mini polls.
Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetang’ula has affirmed that his party will retain the seat as UDA supports are strongly optimistic of carrying the day in Kabuchai.
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