Bomet Senator released,claims that he was injected unknown chemical in testes

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Bomet Senator Christopher Lagat now claims that his health condition was jeopardized after he was arrested and held at the Bomet Police station for more than 12 hours.

The senator who was freed today evening says that he was injected unknown chemicals in his testes which made him unconscious for more than 6 hours.

The senator was arrested a few minutes to midnight on Sunday evening at his Nyayo Estate in Nyayo, Embakasi. The senator was accused of administering an oath to a group of youth on 12 th of August and later engaged them into fighting the Masaai.

But according to the senator, he claims that his health condition was mishandled by two police officers at the Bomet Police station after he was forcibly injected unknown chemicals in his testes which knocked him for the rest of the night.

Speaking a few minutes following his release, his Nelson Havi said that his client’s health status required urgent medical evaluation to establish on the kind of chemical he was forcibly injected which lead to his unconscious.

“My client has finally been released but his health condition was jeopardized while in the hands of Bomet police officers. Apparently, he was injected unknown chemical in his testes which knocked him off for the rest of the night. He will visit a medical officer and legal measures will be carried henceforth”, said Havi.

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