Former Interior CS Fred Matiang’i had a brief conversation with former defence CS Eugene Wamalwa after they were temporarily stopped from accessing the DCI offices.
When Matiang’i arrived at the DCI headquarters for grilling, he was accompanied by a host of politicians and lawyers including Wamalwa.
Journalists had surrounded Matiang’i outside the gate and in a video shared by NTV, Wamalwa is heard talking before Matiang’i responded.
In the video, Wamalwa is heard complaining why the police officers manning the gate did not allow the cars that had accompanied the former CS in after they were stopped at the gate.
“Why should they block the cars?” asked Wamalwa as he turned towards Matiang’i who was surrounded by his lawyers.
Wamalwa then said to one of the lawyers the move is harassment, “It is part of harassment” before Matiang’i joined in the conversation and said, “It is part of that harassment.”
Matiang’i went to the DCI headquarters on Tuesday to honor summons by the DCI over his Karen home raid claims as the former CS is expected to shed light on his claims that police had raided his home on February 9 this year.
But according to reports, when Matiangi arrived at the DCI offices, he and his lawyers were momentarily barred from entering the premises until offices had to ascertain the identity of each person accompanying Matiang’i.
In the video, the names were written on a book by a person believed to be part of the security team at the premise before Matiang’i and the lawyers were granted access into the premise.
(Watch the video from 00:36 minutes to hear the brief conversation)
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