Senator Cleophas Malala Arrested For Allegedly Distributing GOK Marked Sanitizers

Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala was on Monday afternoon arrested for allegedly distributing GOK marked sanitizers on Sunday.

This was according to his colleague and Makueni senator Mutula Kilonzo Jnr.

“Senator Malala arrested for distribution of GOK sanitizers yesterday, while COVID 19 millionaires enjoy their ill gotten wealth. It is better to die in your feet than live on your knees , said President Roosevelt,” he tweeted.

Alleged DCI officers have been camping outside Malala’s Kitengela home since 3 am.

Earlier, the lawmaker claimed that the officers disconnected his water and electricity.

“From 3am these armed police officers have been camping at my gate and they are not leaving anytime soon, they are not saying what they want.

“They have disconnected power and water from my house, they are aware we are supposed to go to the Senate to vote for the Third Generation Formula,” said Malala.

On why he was being targeted, the Kakamega lawmaker who doubles up as the minority whip said: “They have looked at senators who are gaining but are supporting senators who are losing, so they are looking at people who have delegations, in the event where that senator is not in the house, somebody from this delegation can vote on their behalf.”

In the morning, Bomet Senator Christopher Langat and his Samburu counterpart Steve Lelegwe were arrested.

Lelegwe was nabbed on his way to Parliament at Riverside. Police in Samburu apparently want to question him on security matters in his home county.

Langat was taken in from his Nyayo Estate home and is on his way to Bomet in the company of his lawyer, Nelson Havi.

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