Nanyuki police arrested a 35-year-old man accused of breaking into and entering the Laikipia County Assembly Hall and smearing himself on MCA seats.
Morris Mwenda is accused of dissolving Parliament twice last week.
He is also accused of damaging the keyboard and computer documents.
Laikipia East Sub-County Police Commander John Tarus told The Standard the three-year-old was arrested at the rally on Tuesday morning when he asked to meet with County Assembly Speaker Patrick Waigwa.
“Police identified him for sure after his face was caught on CCTV cameras when he entered a meeting on Tuesday and Thursday last week,” Tarus said.
The suspect was taken to Nanyuki Police Station, where he will be detained while the investigation continues.
“The same person, if I understood correctly, had submitted a report last Sunday at the Nanyuki station claiming that a sex worker had stolen his phone after failing to pay him Sh 2,000 which they had set aside. Okay,” Tarus said.
In Nanyuki, Mwenda, a resident of Tharaka Nithi County, resides at Likii Estate, located just outside the town.
Mwenda will be charged with theft, Tarus said.