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Truth Told On The Reports That Kinoti And Mutyambai Were Forced To Resign

It was clear that former DCI boss George Kinoti and the Inspector General of Police might not hold their positions after President William Ruto won the general elections.

This is because President Ruto's camp claimed that Kinoti and Mutyambai were utilized by the administration of retired President Uhuru to obstruct them during the campaign.

However, as President Ruto revealed on Tuesday as he was announcing his new cabinet, predictions among Kenyans were accurate. George Kinoti had submitted a letter of resignation, and George Mutyambai had requested a leave of absence due to illness.

A source in Mazingira House has confirmed the veracity of accusations that Kinoti and Mutyambai were called to the state house and coerced into resigning as a result of their leaving office.

The source has learned from talking to individuals on a regular basis that the two did not quit against their will and that they did so at their own volition.

Despite accusations to the contrary, sources at Mazingira House state that Kinoti and Mutyambai were not summoned to State House where they were compelled to quit. examine the report.

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