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Matiangi Says Why Ruto Attacks Mutyambai

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has sent off a rankling assault on Deputy President William Ruto following his assault on Inspector general of police Hillary Mutyambai.

Addressing allies in Kisii, Matiang'i went violence on Ruto charging that he was mad on account of fruitless business manages Mutyambai.

"The main issue with Mutyambai is that he wouldn't buy police boots for Ksh13,000 that were being sold by Ruto's companions. Mutyambai acknowledged to purchase the boots at Ksh2,900,

"The issue with Mutyambai is declining to purchase tactical armor carriers for 900 bucks sold by your companions and picked to get them straightforwardly from makers. That is the disappointment that is pushing you to mishandle our examiner general of police," Matiang'i expressed.

Matiang'i further blamed the DP for going after community workers within the sight of outsiders adding that he had bombed the administration test.

As per Matiang'i, the DP's activities were powered by his dissatisfactions with Mutyambai.

"If you have any desire to be a head Of this country, how would you go after community workers before outsiders? You assault our police IG before outsiders who visit you at public office?" the CS added.


Ruto hits out at Mutyambai


Ruto on Thursday hit out at Mutyambai naming him as the "most awkward" police IG in Kenya's set of experiences.

"The main worry from where we sit is the police. We don't question the limit of the police to deal with the circumstance, we question the order. We have the most bumbling IG in the entire world and that is the issue," Ruto mourned.

The DP was talking during a gathering with the designation of the International Republican Institute (IRI) and the National Democratic Institute (NDI) in Karen.

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