Two weeks ago detectives drawn from the DCI raided the house of the former interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i in Karen to retrieve CCTV footages of an alleged raid that had happened earlier. This was after the police received a go ahead signal from the court to get the footage to help in their investigations. During the raid the officers left behind a big mess which included breaking his doors and gate. Unlucky for them nothing was found.
At the the time no one asked on whereabouts of the former CS who was clearly on the radar of the new administration. All they knew is that he was somewhere watching as the police force went after him. Reports have however emerged that when the DCI invaded Matiang'i's house he was not in the country. He had already been warned about what was being planned against him and he traveled out of the country with his entire family.
Travel reports retrieved from the JKIA have revealed that the former CS left the country on February 19 aboard the KLM flight. The report from JKIA also revealed that Matiang'i had received the passport on February 12, seven days before he departed.
This revelation comes at a time when the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has launched investigations to determine where Matiang'i got his riches from. In the meantime Kenyans have been left debating on Matiang'i's decision to run away. His supporters have praised him for escaping Ruto's men but those who want him persecuted have demands that he be deported back and judged.
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