The just concluded by-elections in the country have received a lot of criticism from either side of the political divide following extreme police brutality that was experienced in pollints stations.
Benji Ndolo who describes himself as a media and communication guru has asked Sifuna to refrain from attacking Fred Matiangi.
"You can't speak from both sides of your mouth" stated Ndolo through a tweet shared on his page.
Vitalis Makotsa who is a Kenyan online user called out the ODM party for double speak citing that the party was silent when police brutality was used in the Kibra and Msambweni by-elections.
Sifuna had earlier posted a tweet criticizing the Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi's conduct during the just concluded by elections.
"Matiangi has decided to involve himself in politics using administration powers, we will not accept" stated Sifuna
Kenyans on Twitter have been protesting under the hash tag Sack Matiangi just a day after the elections were concluded.
We will keep on following this story for more updates incase of an official statement from the Orange party.
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