No new developments on Mbike shooting incident

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WHILE there have been rumours saying that one of the current Member of Parliament has some connection to the Mbike shooting incident in 2014, Police are not aware of such rumours.

Responding to queries asked by this paper the Police said they are not aware of any arrest of any Member of Parliament (MP) with the Mbike case however investigation into the incident is continuing.

As the country is approaching another national general election some people are questioning the police as to what happened to the Mbike incident, but the police said that investigation into the case is currently active and ongoing.

This is in relation to the shooting and arson incident which occurred at Mbike on December 9, 2014.

This is in relation to the incident occurred on December 9, 2014, where some unkn own people attacked the motor vessel Sun Express at Mbike Island, Central Province.

The persons fired a number of shots at the boat and later threw petrol onto the boat and set the petrol on fire.

Present on Mbike at the time of the attack were 17 newly elected members of parliament.

Following the attack the offenders left the scene.

And police are calling for public cooperation to establish the identity of the person or persons responsible for the shooting and arson on December 9, 2014.

The RSIPF believe that there may be others who may have had involvement, who are yet to be identified.

A reward of up to one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) or part thereof will be paid at the discretion of the Commissioner of Police and executive panel, for information leading to the apprehension and prosecution of the person or persons.