Wednesday, 11 February 2015


POLICE have issued stern warning to anyone planning to cause chaos tomorrow when Homabay voters go to the ballot to elect their second senator.

Addressing press in his office Nyanza deputy regional police coordinator Mr. John Mwinzi said his team was on the high alert following intelligence report that few individuals were working on an idea to create chaos during tomorrow's election to fill the seat left vacant following the death of Otieno Kajwang.

Mwinzi hinted that he has formed two teams to monitor the election with an aim that the whole process remain peaceful and warned candidates against ferrying Youths from other counties to disturb peace at Homabay.

''The first team will be monitoring the actual voting process while another has been strategically placed to deal with any eventuality and this is the team that will take charged of the tallying  center'', he quipped.

The officer added that those planning to move to Homabay from other counties with an aim of creating chaos will be met by rude shock as traffic police were under instructions to conduct thorough search and fish out suspicious characters to be locked in cells.

He urged Homabay voters not to mill around the polling stations and tallying center after casting their votes and instead should wait for the results from their respective homes.

He at the same time sent warning signals to criminals in the region said he had already gathered enough intelligence report on where the criminals hide after staging an attack.

''Some of the already marked areas for a surprise raids are Nyawita, Obunga, Bandani and Dunga beach because most dangeruous criminals prefer these areas as their hide outs'', he added.

Dunga beach in particular fashions itself as an hub for drug-deals and illegal immigrants who have believed that the area is rarely visited by the police.

One man whose presence at the beach has remained a topic for discussion openly sell chang'aa in a bar and it is also said that the man popularly known as ''brown'' is a drug baron

The man who is fighting a similar pending case in court would always brag that he was well connected to the top police in Nyanza an assurance that has made his customers drink with confidence.

operating sale of cocaine from the beach.

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