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
Hearts of Oaks defender, Nuru Sulley has returned home from Egypt after only a few days stay in the Arabian land.Nuru who arrived in Ghana on Sunday night is hoping that issues involving his move from Hearts would be resolved amicably and on time so he will finally join the exodus bandwagon. The defender had to return home upon the request of Accra Hearts of Oak who are yet to receive the transfer fee for the Stalwart Ghana defender.The defender disclosed. “I am back home upon the request of Hearts of Oak because there are issues surrounding my transfer which has not been dealt with. The transfer fee involved has not been paid to Hearts though I have had my share already. “The Egyptians want to pay $100,000 which is less than the $130,000 we originally agreed on with the Libyan club so Hearts objected it so I had to come back home whilst things are sorted out”. Libyan cub, Al-Nasr who agreed on a $130,000 transfer fee with Hearts but has had to loan the defender to El Geish in the Egyptian Premier League because of the postponement of the Libyan League due to violence in that region. The Federation of Libyan Football postponed the Libyan domestic football league until January 2015 following ongoing armed violence in the North African country. The new season was supposed to commence in August but fighting between rebel factions in the capital, Tripoli and Benghazi have made arrangements impossible. The general assembly of the body set for August 18 in Bayda, eastern Libya, was also suspended until further notice.Hearts are said to have recalled the defender because it had not received its share of the transfer fee involved in the transfer of their defender.