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Two arrested for disrupting Kaloki rally

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 - 00:00 -- BY ANITA MUNYITHYA

Police in Makueni have arrested two people following an incident on Monday evening where Wiper supporters tore down posters belonging to the Jubilee coalition at Unoa grounds  during a demonstration.

Jubilee’s candidate in the Makueni senate race, Professor Philip Kaloki was scheduled to hold a campaign rally at the grounds.

Francis Kyalo aged 35 years and Raphael Mutunga aged 36 allegedly uprooted a poll where Kaloki’s posters had been hanged and tore them to pieces.

The police, who arrived at the venue when the demonstrations began arrested the two amid shouts from the crowds. Makueni OCPD Joshua Ole Leina said they will be arraigned in court once investigations are over.