In a bit to express their solidarity with the former Interior CS Fred Matiangi, several Azimio leaders appeared at the DCI officers to accompany the former interior CS Fred Matiangi who was being questioned. Among the Azimio leaders present include former Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa, Rarieda MP Otiende Amolo, Kisii Senator Richard Onyonka among others.
Appearing this afternoon at the DCI headquarters is also the Azimio Party Leader Raila Odinga who was accompanied by Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna. The impromptu visit by the former Prime Minister was totally unexpected and it was evident after orders to be barred from accessing the premises.
The former Prime Minister who was struggling to control his anger fired at the officer in charge demanding to know who gave him the orders not to enter the DCI premises. The officer in charge politely told the former Prime Minister that he had received instructions not to allow him into the premises.
''Excuse me sir, the last instructions am told you are not supposed to to enter and none of you will be allowed in,'' stated the Police officer. The former Prime Minister who was now very furious claimed that the office is a public place and even threatened to tell the people to enter forcefully.
''This is a public office, do you want me to order this people to move in by force, this is a public office how can we not be allowed to see the Director.'' lamented the former Prime Minister. It was a bitter exchange even as the police officer tried to calm the former Prime Minister claiming there are consultations going on.
The Former Interior CS appeared this morning before the CS for Questioning just days after arriving in the country from his foreign trip. Also watch the video using the link below;
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