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DCI names the polling places where the stickers were to be used and discloses items discovered.

According to DCI, Jose Camargo Castellani, a Venezuelan national, departed Panama on July 19 for Istanbul, Turkey, and landed in Nairobi on July 21. They got on a flight with Turkish Airlines, Mom. TK 607. The customer officer at Terminal 1A at the airport noticed strange contents in the bag during the routine and customary screening of the incoming baggage. The bag has Jose Gregorio Camargo Castellani's tag on it.

The Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has made public some goods that Venezuelan nationals detained at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport were in possession of (JKIA). After conducting inquiries, the DCI released a press briefing on Sunday, July 24.

In a statement dated Thursday, July 21, the National Police Service (NPS) revealed that the three Venezuelan individuals were detained at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). Due to the sensitivity of the election-related material they were in possession of, they were detained.

Jose Camargo was asked to open his luggage, which he did, and within were 17 rolls of election-related information, according to the DCI. One blank sticker and seventeen printed ones were discovered. He claimed that the stickers were for roughly 10,000 voting places, including Nairobi, Kiambu, Nakuru, Meru, Machakos, Murang'a, Bomet, Nyeri, Tharaka Nithi, Nyandarua and Kericho.

The DCI claims that Jose Camargo recognized the bags as personal belongings. The bags included a personal laptop, a personal monitor, five flash drives, a mobile phone, and many computer-related peripherals. When asked who owned the things, he responded that the devices and their accessories were his own belongings, not IEBC property.

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