Police have finally visited the National Super Alliance (NASA) offices which doubles up as their tallying center days after it was broken into.
As reported by TUKO.co.ke earlier, NASA offices, rather tallying center was on Friday, August 4 2017 attacked by hooded gunmen believed to be police officers.
A number of important equipment such as laptops, servers and data were lost during the 8.00PM raid.
The NASA had earlier on accused State agents of being behind the raid as it emerged that two foreign elections experts who were working there were also picked up from their apartments in the area and deported.
Addressing the issue, the police distanced itself from the attack, stating that its officers were not involved in the raid.
Well, the police has finally jumped into action and are ready to help the NASA catch the attackers. Officers from the Parklands Directorate of Criminal Investigations on Saturday, August 5, evening visited NASA’s tallying center which is located along Eldama Ravine Road in Westlands.
However, the officers could not get to the scene of crime as the premise were locked, making it hard for them to conduct their investigations.Their visit came almost 24 hours after the raid that saw NASA lost huge amount of important data.
As reported by a cross section of the Kenyan media earlier, about 30 hooded gunmen attacked NASA offices and stole several equipment barely days to the ballot.
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