The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Nanok Remanded At Kileleshwa

Assistant minister Josephat Nanok has been remanded at the Kileleshwa Police Station after he declined to record a statement yesterday.

Turkana Central MP Ekwe Ethuro was however released after being grilled.

Police are still expecting Labour Minister John Munyes to present himself and record a statement.

The 3 were summoned by police after the remarks they made about the Baragoi attack that left over 40 security officers dead.

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