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Junnet Mohamed who is the current member of parliament of Suna East has blamed President Uhuru Kenyatta and the current Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Security in Kenya, Fred Matiangi for being reluctant to keep law enforcers to speed.
Junnet is currently in Mombasa with Raila Odinga to further the BBI reggae in the region. On the 6 minute video, he did not turn a blind eye on what happened in Matungu by-elections yesterday. He blamed Uhuru and Matiangi for being reluctant on pushing law enforcer.
He warned them that to be more careful and cautious in punishing political leaders. Nevertheless, he believes they are the one to blame for pushing law enforcers to be devoted to their jobs. Junnet emphasized that 2007 post election violence were caused by lack of faith in police officers. He was devastated that with the current state of affairs , the country might loose their faith in police officers and the country will not be at peace. We hope that Uhuru Kenyatta and Matiangi will yield to the advice to make Kenya a better country.
We should fight crime to upheld the stability of economy and social justice.
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