After public outcry, the president, his excellency William Ruto made reforms in the national police service his first goal. The president has overseen several top changes in the police sector since assuming office about a month ago.
During his first sixty days as the president, Ruto has seen key officials in the security sector resign. Among them include former DCI boss George Kinoti and the former inspector general Hillary Mutyambai. Mutyambai left office over concerns about his health. Ruto recent move to disband the DCI Special Service Unit was received well by many who perceived the unit as ungoverned and responsible for several extrajudicial killings in the country.
Just barely two weeks after the announcement by the president, a Pakistani journalist has reportedly been assassinated in the county. Senior Counsel Ahmed Nasir took to Twitter to blame the former regime before his tweet backfired on him.
Kenyans were quick to remind the lawyer that Ruto is currently the president and former president Uhuru Kenyatta is clear of any blames.
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