Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke on Wednesday, March 1, lawyer Danstan Omari confirmed to the public that his client Fred Matiang'i was indeed out of the country proving wrong the reports that Fred Matiang'i fled over his DCI summons.
The lawyer clarified about Matiang'i's travel and said the former interior cabinet secretary travelled to the United Kingdom to handle and manage family matters on Sunday, February 19.
However, the lawyer said there is nothing frightening about his client's travel. He insisted Matiang'i left the country to manage an urgent private family matter and he shall return the country in due course.
Danstan Omari therefore asked Kenyans to stop making suppositions over the travel. He said it is unfair to cast disparagement on Fred Matiangi's travel.
The lawyer therefore claimed those familiar with his travel schedules over time will confirm that he travels regularly to that part of the world via Royal Air Transportation Company.
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