United Democratic Alliance Party blogger has revealed the details of the secret night meeting which was convened by Cabinet Secretary of interior Dr. Free Matiangi about the illegal arrest of judges.
The meeting was held at the Harambee house in attendance were Inspector General Of Police Mutyambai and Moffat Kingi. All cameras were kept off during the proceedings something which is raising eyebrows.
Inspector General Of Police Mutyambai apologized to Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi on behalf of the Director of a criminal investigation over the arrests of the Judges. He promised that it will never happen again.
If the arrests were not politically instigated why would Mutyambai ask for forgiveness from CS? The arrests were not well executed therefore it revealed the ill motive of the government.
Fred Matiangi instead of upholding the rule of law is the one breaking it with illegal arrests. Police officers are also being used badly by the government.
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