Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi has once again hit out at Deputy President William Ruto and his camp Kenya Kwanza. The CS, a diehard follower of Raila Odinga was speaking at an event discussing police reforms.
While addressing the attendants, the CS criticized Ruto and team for their continued criticism to the police reforms. According to the CS, Ruto’s side has consistently disappointed Government’s procedures in trying to bring reforms to the security sector.
Matiangi blasted them saying they have no idea how the reforms work but only makes noise when tenders are involved. He further reminded Ruto and allies that they have no idea of how the government has worked tirelessly to bring reforms in various sectors yet they continue making noise.
His sentiments come days after DP Ruto started to collect opinions from police officers on how they can make better their working conditions upon assumption of power on 9th August.
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