Cabinet Secretary for Interior and National Cohesion Dr Fred Matiang'i who is a top critic of Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has one again hit out at the second in command saying he is lying to the public that he will bring police reforms in the country if he is elected President. Matiang'i rubbishes Deputy President Dr William Ruto promises and his allies arguing that he sits in the National Security Council with deputy president, and the DP has never spoken anything concerning the police reforms and problems facing them he only speaks when there is a tender deal.
Speaking during a meeting with Business people in Nairobi as quoted by Ntv, Matiang'i exposed Deputy President Dr William Ruto saying he only speaks during the National Security Council meeting, when there is a tender deal which arises within the security sector. Therefore he knows nothing about the police officers problems and the reforms required in that sector, since he is just after businesses he does not care about them at all.
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