Jubilee MP arrested

DCI goes after Jubilee MP

Nakuru Town East MP David Gikaria arrested

Nakuru Town East MP David Gikaria was on Monday afternoon arrested by DCI officers over land scandals in Lanet.

Police said Gikaria would be arraigned in court on Tuesday.

The legislator is currently facing a court case where he is accused of destroying Sh13 million property belonging to ENSE Company Limited at Naka estate, Nakuru East.

Last year, a Nakuru ordered the arrest of Gikaria’s wife, Violet Nzisa, over failure to pay an accident victim Sh700,000.

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