Sifa Towers raid: What we know up to this time
There is a seeming blame game over the alleged vandalism
P Live Kenya has been piecing together the incidences surrounding the Sifa Towers attack in Nairobi's Westlands where the alleged tallying centre was being mounted.
- Orengo expose details that two foreign friends – one US citizen and Canadian - have been apprehended at JKIA. The two were said to be in the country to offer expertise knowledge on elections management for NASA.
"Our attention has been drawn to claims in the media that Police officers broke into some offices belonging to a political party on the night of Friday 4th August 2017," National Police Service Spokesperson George Kinoti.
He added: ''These allegations are untrue and further wish to state that no such report of a burglary has been made to any Police Station. We invite anyone with any information regarding the break in as alleged, to inform the nearest Police Station for immediate investigations."
- Siaya Senator James Orengo claims raid at Nasa offices targeted polling agents list, American, Canadian and 2 Ghanaian friends of opposition.
- The US embassy says American, Canadian held by police deported; Washington Post reports foreigners were assisting NASA in its campaigns.
- Fri 9pm: ODM media alert Tweets that their offices are “being attacked by masked police officers.” The perty urged supporters to remain calm.
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