Demonstrations were witnessed in Kisii Town on 7th March evening with residents protesting against Kenya Kwanza's government for intimidating former interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i.
As relayed by kenyans.co.ke, Kisii residents staged protests citing unlawful acts that DCI officers are taking to grill Matiang'i.
Matiang'i who appeared at DCI headquarters was released later in the evening after Raila Odinga's failure to enter into the building.
According to report seen by the writer, Matiang'i will be charged for spreading false information about a night raid that allegedly happened at his Karen residence.
It is apparently clear that Kisii residents are against Kenya Kwanza's decision to summon their man who has always been backed by Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition's leaders.
Meanwhile, let us wait and see what happens next. Remember to follow, share and leave your opinion in the comment section below to stay updated on our news. Thank you for reading.
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