Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has vowed to stay put despite the push to have him surrender to police officers camping outside his house in Kitengela.
Malala during an interview with Citizen TV has stated that the persons behind his arrest have cut off power and water from his house in a bid to have him surrender to the police.
“They must tell us where they are taking us, i must have my bodyguards with me to whatever destination they are taking me, i must be represented, i will not leave this house alone. even if they bomb this house,” said Malala.
Malala described attempts of his arrest as intimidation to have him change his stand on the Revenue stalemate that is currently present at the Senate.
“From 3 am to one hour ago, the diconnected power, they disconnected water, so it is very unfortunate that the police can go this low. We were pushing for police reforms little did we know that the police reforms were going to be more dangerous that what they were in the previous regimes,” said Malala.
His counterparts Christopher Langat of Bomet and Steve Lelegwe of Samburu have so far surrendered to the police.