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Legislator Babu Owino transferred to Gigiri police station

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Detectives have on Saturday transferred Embakasi East MP Babu Owino from Kilimani police station over alleged demonstration.

The youthful MP was taken to Gigiri police station after the police noticed a gathering forming around the station.

It is believed taht a gathering of his supporters were planning to storm the police station and demand his release.

Hon. Babu Owino was arrested on Friday over an alleged gun drama at bB Club Nairobi leaving the victim identified as a DJ sustaining injuries.

The legislator is said to have organised his immediate treatment as reports indicate he is recuperating well.

A short video emerged later on Friday showing how the drama went down at the said club.

The legislator addressed the events saying his life has been in danger and on Friday the same thing was happening.

Detectives confirmed his arrest and later recovered the gun believed to have been used.

“Detectives have managed to recover the firearm that is suspected to have been used by Hon. Babu Owino at the B Club shooting incident.

Nine rounds of ammunition and a spent cartridge have also been recovered and placed as exhibit awaiting analysis by ballistic experts.”

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