Sports CS Echesa skips police summon over nude photos scam

He was supposed to show up at KICC police station by 10 am Friday

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Echesa was supposed to present himself at the KICC police station by 10 am on Friday but he never showed up. This comes after journalists alleged that Echesa paid them to manipulate photos of Kakamega Senator Clephas Malala with a naked woman.

Journalists released

The three journalist, David Ndolo, Alex Mulwa and Stanfford Ondego, who are said to have received Ksh 5000 each from the CS have since been released by a Nairobi court.

On Friday evening, Central Police Robinson Thuku said that they were still waiting for Echesa and his driver Fredrick Ouma to honour the summons failure to which the police will be forced to take action against the two.

Malala-Echesa rows

Echesa’s and Malala’s rows began after Echesa embarrassed Malala by saying that he borrowed money from DP Ruto to construct his house in Kakamega.

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