George Aladwa planned attack on Kalonzo Musyoka’s home - police

George Aladwa released from police custody after questioning

Police spokesman Charles Owino revealed that the legislator was taken in for questioning in relation to a bomb attack on Kalonzo’s Karen home.

The attack happened on 31 January shortly after Kalonzo failed to show up for Raila Odinga’s swearing in event held at Uhuru Park on 30 January.

Following the incident, opposition leaders cried foul, stating that the government would be held responsible should anything happen to them.

This was after the government allegedly recalled security detail attached to the NASA principals.

Owino also revealed that Aladwa was also probed in relations to violence and protests that was witnessed in Kibra following the arrest of Miguna Miguna.

According to the police, Aladwa masterminded the two events and was detained at Nairobi area police station for questioning.

He was later released from police custody on free bond.

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