Fred Matiang'i who is the cabinet secretary for interior has failed to deliver the promises that he made to Kenyans on matters concerning security due to increased killings of innocent people and stealing of livestocks.
Today, the residents of Marsabit have decried calling out the government headed by president Uhuru Kenyatta and his cabinets to act and look for a solution pertaining increased killings in the region.
According to the source, some leaders from Marsabit have blamed the government for not providing enough security in the area affected by the bandits. The leaders have called upon the interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i to be held responsible for making empty promises.
"Our government is capable of fighting Al Shabaab and it has done so in neighbouring countries. There is no way that a militia located within its territory can overcome it. CS Matiang'i stop making threatening statements in Nairobi saying he will send the military in Marsabit and nothing is happening," said a section of the leaders.
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