Professor Kithure Kindiki, the cabinet secretary for interior, has demanded that Doctor Fred Matiang'i be treated with dignity despite the fact that his problems are still plaguing him.
The CS explained in full why his agents raided the residence of the former powerful minister in the administration of former President Uhuru Kenyatta during an exclusive interview with the renowned TV broadcaster James Smart of NTV.
He claims that in order to protect himself from the alleged harassment he was experiencing at the hands of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) personnel, Fred Matiang'i went to court to get an anticipatory bail.
In order to defend themselves against the claims, the DCI asked the court to let them to perform a raid into the residence of the former CS in order to do further investigation to get to the bottom of the situation. The raid was conducted last week since their request was granted.
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