Sen. Jackson Mandago of Uasin Gishu

Sen. Jackson Mandago of Uasin Gishu and three other people had arrest warrants issued by a Nakuru court on suspicion of misusing their positions of authority and stealing.

Police are looking for Mandago and the three officials in relation to the county's mess with the scholarships.

Joshua Kipkemoi Lelei, Meshak Rono, and Joseph Kipkemoi Maritim are the other representatives.

The three have been evading capture since Tuesday night, according to police. They then moved to the Nakuru court, which granted the warrant as a result of this.

He and the remainder of the three were searched after the judge issued the warrants. Charges of conspiracy to commit crime, theft, and abuse of office are expected to be brought against them.

The pair are also charged with fraud and public deception.

They are suspected of planning to steal Sh1 billion from a Kenya Commercial Bank account located in Eldoret that was established under the Uasin Gishu Education Trust Fund and used to pay for students participating in the Uasin Gishu County Abroad Education Programme's abroad university tuition.

The arrest of Mandago and the three officials had already been mandated by the Director of Public Prosecutions.

However, Mandago declared that if the DCI needed him, he would be ready for a summons.

"I've been the subject of persistent allegations that DCI officers have been searching for me all night in Eldoret. I'm readily available when called upon as a law-abiding citizen," he declared.

As stated in their news release from last evening, "I have met with the leadership of parents and agreed on the course of action."

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