Media reports indicated that the Uasin Gishy County Speaker David Kiplagat was at the DCI offices during the wee hours of the morning.
The three are currently being interrogated as the police try to uncover whether the politicians were behind the stoning of the ODM party leader Raila Odinga’s chopper on Friday, April 1.
The legislators had denied the allegations of organising the chaos- noting that the DCI’s move to single them out was politically instigated.
They noted that they were ready to record a statement at the DCI offices in order to prove their innocence in the matter.
“We are ready to bear the brunt. We are there for justice. We are always preaching peace. We are heading to Nakuru to go and listen to this nonsense. It is pure nonsense. Whatever they want to do, we are ready for it.”
“As politicians, we should desist from hiring goons to heckle others even at funerals. It is not African. They have questioned the youths and those who ferried youth are known but they have targeted those associated with Deputy President William Ruto,” Kositany stated.
The Soy MP also alleged that they had interacted with the former Prime Minister hours before Mzee Kibor’s burial.
“I think what is happening in this country is very sad that there is a super-investigator (a politician ) who can investigate an incident in 10 minutes and have all the evidence, have the names because he implicated me 10 minutes after the event when I had hardly known that anything had taken place.
“Raila arrived at around 5:30 pm when we were burying Mzee. He came and addressed the media and we went into the house, and we greeted him. I sat between Junet and Babu Owino,” he noted.
The duo noted that they were being targeted due to their affiliation with Deputy President William Ruto.
“I would tell the DCI who has summoned us, I will be available at 1 p.m. I am ready to be taken in. You should know that this country belongs to 50 million Kenyans. I was not there, first of all. You should have asked the governor (Jackson Mandago) because he was there,” Sudi stated.