The second in command honorable Rigathi Gachagua has hit out at the former interior cabinet secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i after he just flew back to Kenya.
Gachagua has gone ahead to narrate what they encountered and witnessed during the era of Matiang'i. He has also exposed how police officers were wrongly used by Matiang'i when he was in power during the reign of ex-president Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to Gachagua, he remembers when police officers were send by Matiang'i to throw teargas in church and even an OCPD went on to grab a microphone from a bishop in an urge to stop the service from taking place.
"They were talking the way they wanted. When we went to Kenol, the former interior cabinet secretary was full of pride that he send police officers to church where they three teargas at the bishops. Even an OCPD entering the church and taking a microphone from the bishop on the altar. They discredited the church of Christ and God had to teach them a lesson," said honorable Gachagua.
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