A few hours ago, a report emerged about the container of death where innocent Kenyans were being taken and killed by the police DCI detectives under George Kinoti. President William Ruto addressed this matter and stated that it's one of the main reasons why he fired the former DCI boss, George Kinoti.
Photo courtesy, the image of president William Ruto and George Kinoti.
“Thirty bodies in Yala, 17 in Garissa.. there was a container here at Nairobi Area where people were being slaughtered, in a police station…how did we end up there? What kind of rogue institution was that? And that is why I fired that Kinoti man because it’s not right. There will be responsibility he charged", president William Ruto said.
Due to these killings, president William Ruto had a meeting with IPOA and they decided to establish another task force to make sure that Kenyans are safe. “I had a thorough meeting with IPOA and we have agreed that we don't need to establish another task force when IPOA is there and it is squarely within their mandate to tell us how Kenyans ended up being killed in this manner and it was business as usual,” president William Ruto said.
President William Ruto ended up saying that in his government, there will be no extrajudicial killing of innocent people. “There will be no extrajudicial killings in Kenya under my administration. I have agreed with (Police) IG and other police bosses that police will operate within the law. As an administration, we will work with all institutions, IPOA has our support,” said Ruto.
This statement by our president clearly shows that he fired the former DCI boss, George Kinoti due to the mass killing of Kenyans by the DCI detectives. Please share your thoughts on this report in the comments section below. Please do like, comment and share.
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