Investigations into the unrest that happened on Monday at Bomas of Kenya have reportedly begun, according to the National Police Service.
It said that the forensic analysis team had already received the CCTV cameras for evaluation.
According to a statement issued by NPS on Wednesday, police are looking into the second incident, which involves a fight at the Independent Electrol and Boundary Commission (IEBC) National Tallying Centre-Bomas of Kenya.
"CCTV files have been compiled and transferred for further forensic analysis to aid the investigation."
We demand the arrest and prosecution of these perpetrators, regardless of their political affiliation, said IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati on Wednesday.
He asserted that his Commissioners live in fear as a result of harassment and intimidation, and he begged those responsible to stop.
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