The Security committee chaired by Garissa Senator Yusuf Haji however barred the media from covering the proceedings.Also Read Govt moves to resolve land allocation dispute in East Mau The senators protested against alleged intimidation by security agencies forcing Speaker Kenneth Lusaka to direct the security committee to summon Interior CS, DCI director, and the IG.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’I, Director of Criminal of Investigations George Kinoti and Inspector of General Police Hillary Mutyambai Wednesday appeared before the Senate Standing Committee on National Security, Defence and Foreign Relations over the Monday arrests of senators. The senior government officials were summoned to explain the circumstances under which Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, Samburu’s Dr. Steve Lelegwe, and Dr. Christopher Lang’at of Bomet were picked from their Nairobi residences and driven to their home counties to record statements.Also Read PSC to challenge Maraga’s advice to dissolve Parliament over gender ruleThe three senators were later released from police custody. The senators were arrested on the day the Senate was expected to take a vote on the contentious County revenue sharing formula.Also Read Uhuru extends curfew ahead of his address Tuesday next week
Jay Huff was one rebound away from a triple-double on Saturday vs. Duke. The 7-1 junior forward had nine boards to go with 15 points — and 10 blocked shots.Ralph Sampson is the only other player in Virginia program history to record double-digit rejections in a game. As it turned out, Sampson was sitting courtside in Charlottesville for Huff’s performance, which lifted the Cavs (21-7, 13-5 ACC) to a big 52-50 ACC victory over the No. 7 Blue Devils (23-6, 13-5). Huff’s 10th block was the most important. It denied a potential go-ahead bucket by Vernon Carey in the closing seconds.Jay Huff had TEN blocks in Virginia’s upset against No. 7 Duke 😳🚫(📍 @sonicdrivein ) pic.twitter.com/QZHah4cwYi— ESPN (@espn) March 1, 2020Huff was fouled on the rebound and made one of two free throws to give the 2019 NCAA Tournament champions a two-point lead. He then watched a Blue Devils’ heave clang off the rim at the buzzer.”(Huff) was fired up,” UVA coach Tony Bennett told reporters postgame . “His length is for real. It was a complete game for Jay.”NCAA TOURNAMENT: Bracket predictions 2.0 It was also redemption for the Durham, N.C., product, who was on the business end of a nasty dunk by the Blue Devils’ Zion Williamson last season. That play made the rounds on Twitter as Huff was dominating in the paint. ( WARNING: Salty, NSFW language ahead.)Jay Huff aint shit and never will be lol, his career ended right here pic.twitter.com/nFtkUX4hG8— Duke (@DukeFansZone) February 29, 2020On Saturday, Huff was throwing it down on Williamson’s successors Jay Huff took Leap Day very seriously 😂💪 #GoHoos #MustSeeACC | @UVAMensHoops pic.twitter.com/RvSQTB6jKL— ACC Digital Network (@theACCDN) March 1, 2020💪 JAY HUFF 💪 #GoHoos | #Wahoowa 🔶🔷 pic.twitter.com/Q8lBZAn9Tb— Virginia Cavaliers (@VirginiaSports) February 29, 2020Huff finished two blocks behind Sampson’s school record, but he’ll gladly take the payback and the win.