Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga has hinted at defying any summon to appear before the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission over ongoing corruption probes in the county.
The EACC has questioned Rasanga's leadership, and has released several reports linking him and his leadership to corruption in the county.
However, speaking on Monday, he said that he would not honour any summon to appear before the commission, further daring the EACC to raid his home.
He noted that he has no worries as he has nothing to hide, at a time when the EACC has been seen raiding homes of corruption suspects, and confiscating documents for probe.
"I have nothing to hide because I am innocent," he was quoted by the Standard.
Rasanga spoke at the launch of a one week outreach by the EACC, where he also accused EACC of disturbing him, wondering why it had to wait to go for him towards the lapse of his term.
Some of the corruption related cases that have been raised against the governor include misappropriation of development funds.
However, the county boss is now saying that officers deployed to probe his county have instead been trying to solicit bribes.