Antony Kibagendi visited State house yesternight alongside other leader's from Gusii region to speak on what looked like a negotiation on Matiangi's freedom. Matiangi has been a wanted man ever since he first appeared in public after the 2022 general election's. Matiangi served in ex-president Uhuru Kenyatta's government, starting off as the ICT minister, he then moved to the Ministry of Education before finally being deployed to the Ministry of Interior. He would then be given a superior role over the other Cabinet secretaries as he was to do a supervisory role. While at the helm, there are a lot od thing's that happened and this is why he is a sought after man.
He was a guest of the state where he recorded a statement earlier in the week at the Directorate of Criminal Investigation.
Antony Kibagendi was once a Ruto loyalist before he switched camp's to Raila's camp in the run up to the general election's. He went ahead to win the Kitutu chache seat. He visited Statehouse yesternight together with UDA lawmakers such as Daniel Manduku of Nyaribari Chache and Patrick Osero of Borabu.
In the meeting they are said to have discussed on Matiangi, where they proposed that he should take a silent retirement and stop overindulging in matter's politics in the public eye.
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