• The officer arrived in six vehicles at 1:30pm. They found the gate locked and gained access by breaking off the padlocks.
A contingent of police officers has surrounded the home of former Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala to arrest him.
The police raided his Milimani-based Kakamega home at 1:30 pm
Police sources said the former senator was wanted for assaulting a politician Joseph Oyolo during the Kakamega governor election.
The officers arrived in six vehicles.
They found the gate locked and gained access by breaking off the padlocks.
Malala is currently locked up inside the house. But people inside the house who spoke to the media through the windows denied those claims.
The officers both in plain clothes and uniformed from both general and DCI are around 40 in number.
A senior police officer declined to give details but said, "police officers cannot just come to your place when there's nothing".
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