Vocal UDA MP has announced his position about the whole Matiangi saga. According to a post he shared on his Twitter handle, Belgut Member of Parliament Hon Nelson Koech has allegedly claimed that the Former Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi. According tonthe legislator, he has no remorse for the former CS because he isa heartless fellow. The Legislator accompanied jis remarks with a short video which he revealed he sent to the embattled cabinet Secretary. A section of leaders allied to the Kenya Kwanza government have told the Former CS it's time to pay for him what he did to them during the Former regime of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
However, leaders from the opposition led by the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga have accused the government of witch_hunt on people who did not favor them during the time of President Uhuru Kenyatta. There jve been numerous of allegations that the government is firing public officers who publicly supported the former regime.
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