Renown Political Analyst, Mutahi Ngunyi has broken silence after a group of bandits killed 8 Police men, two civilians and a Chief in Turkana. The ambush on the General Service Unit Officers by bandits has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with many criticizing the Government for laxity.
Prof. Mutahi Ngunyi has now urged President William Ruto to immediately take charge of the Government before events move from bad to worse. Mutahi Ngunyi has warned that President William Ruto should be prepared to face a terror attack after the latest bandit attack which seemed to have shaken security of the country.
@MutahiNgunyi For the Nth time: It DOES'NT go wrong. It STARTS wrong. Ruto should PURGE government and form his OWN. After BANDIT attack, he will attract TERROR attack. He is FRAGILE, but ARROGANT. We NEED a Ruto Government. NOW. The URGENCY is loud.
Prof. Mutahi Ngunyi hs reinstated that the country needs President William Ruto to act very fast so as to restore peace in the country. The Head of State on the other hand had earlier stated that security officers will go after the bandits and make sure that the full force of the Law deals with them.
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