Vocal president of the law society of Kenya (LSK) Nelson Havi has called out two top national leaders after a viral investigative report by Citizen TV Journalist Purity Mwambia.
The LSK president singled out ministry of interior and Coordination of national government cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i and inspector general of police Hillary Mutyambai as the two men who should give kenyans answers.
"The Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Co-ordination of National Government and the Inspector General of National Police have a lot of explaining to do. How can the police who we have entrusted with our safety be selling and hiring firearms to criminals," he said.
In the investigative piece, the Journalist exposed how criminals in the country especially in Nairobi easily collide with law enforcement officers to acquire assortment of weapons needed for criminal activities.
Among those are assorted rifles like AK 47, police handcuffs and even uniforms which are acquired for as little as Ksh 5,000 with the whole scheme reportedly taking root in the capital.
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