Detectives from Criminal Investigations Department (CID) arrested a National Super Alliance (NASA) official, who was trying to bribe Maendeleo Chap Chap party agents, into surrendering copies of forms 34A.
Onesmus Kaloki was arrested by DCI officers at a hotel in Mlolongo town, Machakos County, on Monday.
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Kaloki was locked up at Mlolongo Police Station where he spent the night after being questioned a CID Officials
Onesmus Kaloki, who was the Deputy Returning Officer for Mavoko Constituency, was accused of forcefully demanding signed copies of form 34A from Maendeleo Chap Chap Party agent Winfred Mwenza.
Speaking to the press, Mr Mwenza stated that he had been receiving disturbing calls from Mavoko Constitency Returning officer Chacha Mwita and his deputy Mr Kaloki who were demanding that he submits all the forms.
The agent said Mr Kaloki had promised to give him money in exchange of the forms.
“He kept calling me demanding for the forms and when I asked him what he wanted them for, he said he lost his copies,” stated Mr Mwenza.
The Supreme Court has issued a tough warning to all parties involved in the Presidential petition challenging the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Court cautioned that all parties in the presidential petition and their supporters should stop instructing judges on the outcome of the case outside the court.
Under the sub-judice rule, a matter under judicial consideration should not at the same time be tested in the court of public opinion.
The 7-judge bench stated that legal counsels in the case should advise their clients of the penalties that are attached to the contravention of the sub-judice rule