Police IG Hillary Mutyambai is one of the leaders who have been doing good job in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. Since taking over the position, Mutyambai has been doing everything possible to streamline the police department and for sure, many Kenyans have been applauding his work.
Although that is the case, there are some incidents that have been leaving Hillary Mutyambai in hot soup. Incidents like police brutality in the country have been leaving some Kenyans hitting hard at Mutyambai and his men and today, eyes turned to Hillary Mutyambai after he was asked a tough question by angry Raila Odinga's ally Dikembe Disembe.
Through his official twitter account, Dikembe Disembe who was reacting on Mutyambai's engage the IG post asked the police boss about the case of baby Pendo that has stalled over years.
"Baby Pendo police murderers are yet to be prosecuted. Why is IG protecting them? A judicial inquest placed responsibility on senior police officers in Kisumu, any progress on the case?" Asked Dikembe Disembe.
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