Raila Odinga's sister Ruth Odinga, the Kisumu Deputy Governor, makes a roadside call. Her valuables were stolen from her home early today.

Thugs have today broken into the house of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader Raila Odinga’s sister, making off with valuables.

According to police sources, the burglars made away with the Kisumu county deputy governor Ruth Odinga’s electronics after gaining entry into her Nyahera home.

Earlier on Wednesday, an armed gang also raided Homa Bay Governor Cyprian Awiti’s home and stole valuables. They also made away with KSh 400,000 in the 8 pm incident.

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Police said the gang masqueraded as Directorate of Criminal Investigations officers before they entered the home.

The governor’s two employees were arrested for allegedly colluding with the gang.

Meanwhile, January 26, gangsters also broke in to Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi’s house and stole electronics and documents while the entire family was asleep.

According to Kingi, the thieves scaled his perimeter wall and broke into his main house, claiming this occurred because his house is not under protection as the government withdrew his security.

Investigations into the three incidents are ongoing.