If there is someone who is feared by many is Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i, but Tony Gachoka has just shown the country who he is by his strong message about the no nonsense Cs. Matiang'i has been doing his things the way he personally wanted. He has been executing his deeds without even seeming to care, but only a few prominent leaders like the Deputy President have ever talked about him, the rest have always been talking in the silent.
That is not the case today after Tony Gachoka came out clearly with a nail hitting statement on Fred Matiang'i. According to Gachoka, the Interior Cs is ruining up almost everything and helping DP Ruto gain more popularity because of his 'stupid' game plans.
"This Naive & Political green horn, CS Fred Matiangi is a disaster waiting to happen. He ALONE is the fuel giving unnecessary live to DP William Ruto, his hustler movement and growing anti-state/government phenomenon. Bure Kabisa!" Tweeted Gachoka.
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