President William Ruto while speaking in an interview has defended his move to fire the former boss of the directorate of criminal investigations who he claimed did not do his job as required by the government.
Ruto who was speaking about the Extrajudicial killings in the country where several bodies were found in different parts of the country has revealed that he is the one who fired George Kinoti.
Ruto revealed that the increasing number of people who were being found dead in different parts of the country was one of the main reasons why he decided to fire Kinoti adding that he didn't want his government to be run, in that manner.
I don't think that the police should be used in doing anything else rather than protecting Kenyans. This is one of the main reasons why they are called the police in the first place, to protect and not to attack or kill. In the previous government, people were being killed all over the country. You find that 30 bodies were found in R. Yala, and 17 in Garissa. There was a container where people were being tortured and killed in, Nairobi, I mean what kind of person would allow this ~President William Ruto?
Contrary to what former director of criminal investigations, George Kinoti Said, President William Ruto has revealed that he fired the former DCI boss who he claimed was fired because of the killings which could not be accounted for. In his own words, President William Ruto has revealed that he is the one who fired Kinoti.
Kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions on the matter have congratulated Ruto for his calling for Kinoti to be investigated.
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