The police officers in Narok County, Trans Mara West have arrested two police officers and civilian who were escorting marked ballot papers. According to the report shared the incident occurred at Kilgoris. Report shared indicates that the said suspects were arrested at about 6:30 pm after the citizens suspected that car and raised eyebrows. Narok County Police Commander Kizito Mutoro has confirmed that the suspects have been arrested.
According to the report shared by Mutoro, the police received a call from the citizens who reported that the had intercepted the marked papers at the petrol station. Police officers also rushed to the scene where they found a Toyota Sienta with marked ballot papers under the escort of two police officers.
According to the report shared, the materials found include one voter register for Kilgoris prison, two election results booklet, 12 packets of presidential ballot papers and four form 35c.
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