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"Extremely Mad People" Matiangi Hits Hard On Deputy President Ruto About The Issue Of Police Reforms

Last week in Nakuru, Susan Kihika hosted several leaders and aspirants of Kenya Kwanza Alliance in Nakuru for campaigns. During that time, Kihika and other leaders including deputy president Dr. William Samoei Ruto took views of the police officers and promised them to better their lives when he takes power in the coming general election. Many leaders sympathised with their situations and the life they are living.

However, today minister of internal security and internal government coordination, Dr. Fred Matiangi blasted Ruto and his group calling them mad people. He went ahead lecturing them on the issues of police reforms. He even chickened him why he has been so silent during their security meetings and only talk when there are tenders. Matiangi said that president Uhuru Kenyatta has done a lot to the police sector. He mentioned lots of improvements such as better health cares, house facilities among others.

"Those fellows purporting to have solutions to police problems know nothing of investments the government has made to better train and cater for the welfare of our Officers in uniform. Ruto sold air to police,supplied boots which were never delivered, supplied guns and ammunition he never delivered, the mad man never utter a word when in security council but when out there he is interviewing officers about their welfare and what he will do to them, conmanship yet he was given opportunity and looted clean, he looted well. He keep quiet in security meetings and become alert and active when the word Tender is mentioned those mad people. Fellow Kenyans Kagua alafu uchague" he angrily said.


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