Eight Members of parliament (MP) from North Eastern are under the police radar over an alleged secret meeting in Somali.
The eight are said to have flown into the country using a private charter plane on Saturday before making a return on Sunday.
Detectives are working closely to establish the motive behind their meeting with the Somali Inteligence Service.
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Several police vehicle are reported to have thronged Wilson Airport as the eight are set to be questioned.
The Mp’s include Ahmed Kolosh of Wajir West, Ibrahim Abdi of Lafey, Rashid Kassim of Wajir East, Mohamed Hire of Lagdera, Omar Maalim of Mandera East, Bashir Abdullahi of Mandera North, Adan Haji ofMandera West and Kullow Maalim of Banisa.
Information needed from the MP’s will be used to determine if the meeting was official and whether the National Assembly was made aware of.