Rogue UDA MP Nimrod Mbai arrested

The link, which spanned more than a kilometer, was an unlawful interconnection that endangered lives by overwhelming a nearby transformer, according to Kenya Power senior security officer Peter Kathusia.

An unauthorized power meter and wires associated with the power distribution firm were found during the Tuesday raid by a group of Kenya Power employees and police officers.

He was arrested for having bundles of power connection wires he got fraudulently.

"We have retrieved aluminum electrical lines from Kenya Electrical that were a meter from the residence. Additionally, the complete electrical line will be taken down. For the residents of the residence, such an illegal electrical line is like a ticking time bomb," Kathusia remarked.

After being detained, two employees were transported to Kitengela Police Station. During the Tuesday raid, the MP wasn't home.


They insisted on knowing if the culprit had been captured. They were informed that the individual in question was really detained and would appear in court in Kajiado, according to a police statement.

According to reports, he turned himself in to the police and will now be charged in Kajiado Law Courts.

Additionally, a day after Kitengela-based police stormed his residence and found KPLC wires and a meter box, he was arrested.

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