NASA oath aftermath Police announce cash reward for man linked to serious crime during Raila's swearing-in

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Raila Odinga taking oath of office at Uhuru Park play Raila Odinga taking oath of office at Uhuru Park (Twitter)

The Kenya Police Service has now offered a cash reward for a man who has been linked to a serious crime during NASA leader Raila Odinga's swearing in at Uhuru Park.

Through their official Twitter account, the Police released a video of an unidentified man whom they accused of attempting to fire at a police vehicle just the NASA event had begun.

play Police Inspector General Joseph Boinett (Nation)

 

"We have launched a manhunt for a man captured on CCTV cameras aiming a firearm at a Police vehicle with intent to fire on Tuesday before the NASA event began at Uhuru Park. A cash reward will be offered to any person with information that could lead to his arrest," the tweet read.

Here is the video:

 

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