Heavily armed police officers deployed ahead of Joho's visit to DCI offices
Mr Joho is expected at the station to record a statement over the alleged forgery of his KCSE result slips.
Mr Joho is expected at the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) offices to record a statement over the alleged forgery of his KCSE result slips.
The GSU and regular officers barricaded the State House road and cordoned off the area completely.
According to reports eight officers armed with G3 rifles and teargas were manning the entrance, while four others were at the adjacent gate.
Journalists waiting for the county boss to make his way to the DCI offices were asked to keep a distance of about 40 metres from the entrance.
This came after reports indicated that Joho would be accompanied by a multitude of supporters to the police station.
On Monday, Coast DCI boss Pius Macharia instructed Governor Joho to appear before the detectives on Tuesday to record a statement after the alleged forgery of his result slips came to the light.
However, Mr Joho sent a letter and rescheduled the meeting to Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Joho mentioned that his current predicament was a ploy by government to frustrate him ahead of the August 8 Election.
He insisted that despite the countless threats by the Jubilee Government he would not be intimidated.
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