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Two Police Officers Arrested Over Marked Ballots Papers With Other Items In Narok At Night

According to recently reported news sources, detectives are looking into a case in which two police officers were detained using vote-by-mail ballots.

The Star reported that the police in Transmara West, Narok County, have opened an investigation into an incident that occurred on Monday night and involved the discovery of two officers carrying marked ballots. 

It has been discovered that a public artifact activated a warning, leading to the incarceration of the two police officers. 

It has been discovered that they were held back from refueling at the Shell station in Kilgoris.

Along with other items like a presidential ballot book, forms 35C, 36, and 39, detectives were successful in removing a voter's list from Kilgoris prison. 

The disturbing event led to the destruction of one presidential ballot box. 

This unsettling incident comes amid worries that some dishonest police officers and IEBC staff members might be collaborating to rig elections. 

Prior to this arrest, several IEBC employees and police officers were held on suspicion of rigging, and some of them are currently jailed. 

On the other hand, a man in Kisii who was found to be in possession of more than 118 identity cards was mercilessly beaten by an enraged mob.

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