Fred Matiang'i is a well known person in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. He has been doing a great job in all the departments that he has ever worked for President Uhuru thus gaining plenty of trust from the Head of State.
Since taking over the Interior department, Fred Matiang'i has ensured that there is peace in the country. He has been working day and night for the safety of the people but today, some worrying news about Fred Matiang'i's men was confirmed by Irungu Kang'ata thus causing tension and panic in Kiambaa Constituency.
Through his official twitter account, Irungu Kang'ata shared a picture of the men in uniform as he claimed that they were deployed to block UDA sponsored sports final in Kiambaa Constituency. That move may as well end up causing chaos in the area which may result to bloodshed. It is hopeful that the situation will be contained in a peaceful way.
"POLICE have been deployed to block UDA sponsored sports finals in Banana Kiambaa constituency which had been booked in advance." Tweeted Irungu Kang'ata.
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