Mutula Kilonzo (Photo courtesy)
Makueni senator honorable Mutula Kilonzo has reacted after the latest disturbing news from the IG Mutyabayi's camp. Kenyans were shocked after two brothers in Embu North were arrested during curfew time.
The two brothers were found dead under mysterious circumstances. This forced the Kenyans with the family to demand answers from the police station and police officers in 'picture'
Amid the investigation from our independent entities, it has been reported by Citizen Television that Dig Edward Mbugua has ordered the transfer of the Kithangari OCS Abdullah Yaya and his counterpart OCPD Emily Ngaruiya. This move by the IG Mutyabayi's camp has triggered reactions among Kenyans and political leaders.
The move has forced the Makueni Senator honorable Mutula Kilonzo to react. According to the senator, the transfer of the two senior police Officers is not a punishment for causing death.
He alleged that in case a culprit could have been an ordinary Kenyan, he/she would have been arrested by truckloads of gun-wielding police.
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