Politician Stanley Livondo was on Monday summoned by the Serious Crimes Unit of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over his allegations on threats to President Uhuru Kenyatta's life.

Livondo was asked to appear before the DCI office on Monday at 2pm to shed more light into his allegations that a top government official made attempts on Uhuru’s life twice.

DCI released a notice compelling him to appear before it to help with a probe into his controversial remarks at Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s homecoming at Thika stadium on Saturday.

Kuria had rebuked Livondo terming his remarks as reckless and urged DCI boss George Kinoti to arrest him over his claims that have been rebuked and lauded in equal measure.

“As the convener of the thanksgiving prayer meeting in Thika, I may not be responsible for what speakers said but it was my meeting and I have to take responsibility. I have today requested DCI Boss George Kinoti to arrest Stanley Livondo following his reckless remarks,” Kuria posted on Facebook on Sunday.