After a long time of fights between the United Democratic Alliance party and the Orange Democratic Movement party leaders and supporters against the interior security cabinet minister Fred Matiangi over police harassment during the byelections campaign, he has finally given in to their call.
The aforementioned parties have been accusing Matiangi of using police officers to disrupt their meetings against the law claiming this despite having approval letters from the relevant security authorities, where they even called the president to fire him or transfer him to another ministry.
After all these drams, finally, he has given in to their grievances urging the police forces to use dialogue to avoid chaos ahead of 2022, adding that they can explore more engagement in dialogue as opposed to the use of force. He claimed that it's possible not to use teargas by police and stones by the citizens on the other hand and upheld peace and calmness during the time we are heading to.
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