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DCI pursued Cleophas Malala after a warrant of arrest issued

DCI officers storm into former Senator Cleophas Malala's residence after issued a warrant of arrest.
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The Director of Criminal Investigation (DCI) officers have issued a warrant of arrest against former Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala.

After smashing the main entrance to Malala’s apartment, the DCI officers managed to troop into the complex, aiming to arrest him.

In response to Malala’s legal team, the officers didn’t elaborate on the circumstances surrounding the detention.

Police officers outside Former Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala on Thursday September 1. [File: PHOTO]
Police officers outside Former Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala on Thursday September 1. [File: PHOTO]

Led by lawyer Grace Mburu, the legal team argues that they are unsure of what caused the officers to break into the former Senator Malala’s residence.

“At this point, we’re actually a bit in the dark; we are still waiting to see why they break into the house,” she expressed to the press.

DCI officers storm into former Senator Cleophas Malala’s residence after issuing a warrant of arrest.

In an a-yotta to the cause of arrest, Ms. Mburu disclosed that the issue could involve the past August 9 election, which she insinuated to be a bit unjust.

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“We have not seen any warrants of arrest; all we are sure of is the fact that this arises from the elections that were just carried out, which we feel has been a bit unfair,” she added.

According to Mburu, the police were specifically targeting the former Kakamega County Senetor’s team and sought to arrest them, claiming the police action to be unfair.

“There was a bit of unfairness on the side that was targeted, but we seem to have been the only people who have been targeted; anybody related to Cleophas was the only one targeted within the police action,” Ms. Mburu reacted.

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