Kenyan billionaire Jimi Wanjigi has applauded the commander in chief of the Kenya defence forces, William Ruto, for disbanding the Directorate of criminal investigation (DCI) special services unit (SSU).
The head of state disbanded the unit following reports that the group was involved in extrajudicial killings of kenyans and the disappearance of suspects in the country.
The former safina party presidential candidate also said that the reforms president Ruto has made in the police service will ensure the police remain responsible and accountable to their actions.
“I want to thank the government for the police reforms they have done, there was a team in Kiambu road called DCI and I am not saying this because they used to attack me, it's not personal, it is clear they had became rogue,” said wanjigi.
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