Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission has written to the Chief of Staff and Head of Public service Felix Koskei seeking information on the former Interior Fred Matiang'i's declared wealth.
The EACC demand is that the former Interior cabinet Secretary should produce certified copies of declared income as investigation is underway.
Matiang'i who recently claimed that the Elite police had stormed his home in order to arrest him, though he was not arrested that day after his lawyer's stood with him. Azimio leader was also among the leaders that went to Fred Matiang'i's home in Karen. However the authorities denied allegations that they stormed the former interior CS home in Karen.
A few days later the police again broke in to the former Interior cabinet Secretary's home damaged everything, they said that they were looking for evidence in which Matiang'i had complained that they were at his home to arrest him.
Recently the former Interior cabinet Secretary was summoned to the DCI but did not appear before him.
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