Political tension remains high in the country as fresh details emerge. Gachagua's Kenya Kwanza brigade hosted a major Kenya Kwanza Forum in Elgeyo-Marakwet county before proceeding to Uasin Gishu County for a series of campaign rallies.
Gachagua claimed that they had made some agreements with police officers while speaking to people in Ziwa township. Kenya Kwanza, according to Mathira Mp, has the officers' best interests at heart. He alleged that since President Kibaki's departure, police officers had yet to receive a pay raise, which is why some of them harass innocent Kenyans.
In his speech he said that they have put in line some matters with the police officers in the country.
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Gachagua said that it's very clear since Mwai Kibaki left office they have not received an increase in their salaries and allowances. He linked this delayed salary increases with harassing of citizens. He went on to say that they had reached an agreement with the officers that the Kenya Kwanza government would raise their salary and the officers would cease harassing innocent Kenyans.
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