Shock as heavily armed GSU officers block Governor ARATI from entering his own office

Kisii Governor Simba Arati finds himself in a precarious situation, as he encountered a significant impediment to his daily duties. His access to his office was abruptly denied by a formidable presence of General Service Unit (GSU) officers, creating a palpable air of tension and uncertainty.

The secondary office of Governor Arati, located at Gusii Stadium, was encircled by a contingent of GSU officers who stood unwavering in their decision to bar him from entering. This unanticipated development left onlookers baffled and raised a plethora of questions.

The GSU officers arrived at the scene in a convoy of police vehicles, with their motives remaining shrouded in mystery. Despite their conspicuous presence, the precise reason for their deployment to this location remains unclear, adding to the enigma surrounding this incident.

Reports from reliable sources suggest that these GSU officers were acting upon orders from higher authorities, compounding the intrigue. It is worth noting that they extended their operations to some offices affiliated with the Governor, which are situated within the confines of the county’s largest stadium.

In a previous public statement, Governor Arati revealed that this GSU battalion had previously attempted to conduct a nighttime raid on his premises. However, he expressed a strong preference for any investigations or actions to occur during daylight hours. This preference, rooted in transparency and accountability, underscores the gravity of the situation and the need for a thorough understanding of the events unfolding around Kisii Governor Simba Arati.