Kenyas deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has openly blasted former Interior cabinet secretary doctor Fred Matiang'i for sneaking out of the country unnoticed.
According to sources, Matiang'i went abroad on the 19th February days after his house was raided by DCI cops.
Several weeks ago, Matiang'i alleged that his house had been raided by some cops, nevertheless the DCI and the EACC came out to rubbish all these claims.
Days after the alleged raid, cops from the DCI raided his house and recovered CCTV footages on the said day.
Now the EACC is currently investigating Matiang'i wealth and business, on the other hand the former CS has already moved out of the country to the UK.
Gachagua who seems to have some bad blood with the former CS has blasted him for sneaking out of the country.
During the campaign period, Gachagua had said the said CS would face the full wrath of the law for atrocities he committed during his tenure.
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