Popular mt Kenya blogger Pauline Njoroge has reacted after Anti terror police squad were spotted at the DCI headquarters.
photo courtesy: the anti terror squad
Taking to her Facebook page, the vocal blogger who is affiliated to azimio la umoja has questioned the need for the security men to be deployed there.
This comes as former Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi appeared at the DCI headquarters earlier in the day.
However the police at the gate temporarily stopped former Interior CS Fred Matiang'i and his lawyers from accessing the DCI officers.
Officers said they wanted to consult first on who should accompany him.
This is as The current administration, led by President William Ruto, accused Matiang’i of targeting politicians allied to the Head of State in the run-up to the August 9, 2022 General Election.
Some of Kenyatta’s lieutenants are claiming that the Ruto administration is out to revenge on the former president’s close allies.
“Why is this necessary? “ Pauline Njoroge’s post on Facebook reads.
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