Kithure Kindiki is not a new name in Kenya's present political terrain, the name bearer was among Ruto's key liutenants who condensed their individual energies to see to it Kenya Kwanza succeed Jubilee regime.
True to his anticipation, Ruto outscored his erstwhile political master and this subsequently saw the former Tharaka Nithi senator making to government but this round as a cabinet secretary.In a past rating done by Infotrak, CS Kindiki was rated highly above his colleagues for registering stellar performances in his ministry. Despite of his docket having impressive ratings, MP Salasya has talked about an act that risks denting Kithure's legacy.
In a media discourse today, Salasya condemned a recent act at DCI headquarters where a security officer barred Raila Odinga from seeing ex-CS Fred Matiang'i who was a guest to detectives.Raila was among top Azimio leaders who stood in solidarity with Matiang'i when the latter went to record a statement with DCI following claims of police ambush weeks ago. The first time law maker wants Kindiki to come out and apologize to Kenyans for the ordeals Azimio leader went through in the hands of DCI officer.
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