Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale is in trouble after casting aspersions on the faith of churches that hold their Sunday services in the Kakamega Primary school.
Speaking to a local media house on Friday, Western regional DCI boss Shem Nyamboki said that Khalwale will be interrogated to shed more light on his claims regarding churches that worship in the school and devil worship.
While addressing parents after the Kakamega School stampede on February 4, demanded that all churches, mostly charismatic, be prohibited from using classrooms for Sunday services, claiming some could be cults worshipping the devil.
Fifteen pupils died while at least 39 were seriously wounded in the stampede which occurred on February 3, 2020.
Several theories have emerged on what could have triggered the incident. Initial interviews with pupils at the school moments after the incident indicated that a teacher who scared the children with a cane triggered the rush downstairs while others said they saw a strange figure that looked like a teacher with a cow-like head and started running and tripping and falling.