Just twenty-four hours after former Interior Cabinet Secretary Hon. Dr. Fred Matiangi secured freedom from the jaws of the DCI detectives who kept him on hold for more than eight hours on Tuesday, a report from Taifa Leo claims that former President Uhuru Kenyatta threatened the DCI to either Release Matiangi unconditionally or join his handshake brother in fighting for the former Super CS. Hon. Dr. Fred Mati Matiangi, a former secretary of the interior, waited in line for more than eight hours on Tuesday alone.
The media stated that while Uhuru Kenyatta was in Mombasa, he called Mohamed Amin, the head of the DCI, and told him that he would have to reschedule or postpone events and meetings if Matiangi was not released immediately. According to reports, Mohamed Amin was given this information in a phone call.
Uhuru Kenyatta apparently decided against protesting Matiangi's illegal prosecution after a heated phone conversation with the opposition leader. According to the reports, Uhuru Kenyatta made this choice. He allegedly did this out of concern that chaos might break out if he did nothing.
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