President William Ruto has mistakenly revealed what he did against the ex-boss of the Director of Criminal Investigation George Kinoti who unceremoniously left office months ago.
The head of state has come out to narrate how disappointed he was when people were being murdered and dumped into river Yala, others in Garissa and containers in a police station.
"It was business as usual thirty bodies in Yala, seventeen bodies in Garissa. I don't know how many bodies where you know there was a container here at Nairobi area where people were being slaughtered in a police station,"said President William Ruto.
He then went on to say that these extrajudicial killings are the ones that compelled him to fire George Kinoti from office once he took over power as the fifth president.
"How did we end up there you know? What kind of roque institution? That is why I fired that Kinoti man you know. I mean it is not right good people," added President William Ruto.
This statement has dismissed the facts that Kinoti actually resigned since the president has opened up on how he fired him from office.
"He did not resign you fired him," asked a journalist.
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