The four were arrested, charged and remanded on November 28, for attacking the District Service Commission offices (DSC) and ejecting the acting secretary of the commission. It is said that the group also removed from the notice board, a list of candidates that had been shortlisted for interviews and locked the commission offices.
The district was in the process of purchasing the vehicle at the cost of 180 million Shillings. But a section of district councilors headed by Geoffrey Ocen, the former district Vice chairperson filed a petition in court, challenging the purchase.
14 people in Amolatar district have been remanded over illegal possession of drugs and being idle and disorderly. Kenneth Akomekech, the Amolatar grade one magistrate on Tuesday remanded the suspects after they failed to get sureties to guarantee their bail.