On Friday morning, the firebrand constitutional lawyer took to his social media handle to criticize how the hustler government approaches measures to counter insecurity in the country.
Ndegwa Njiru divulged that Ruto might be call to leave office soon if the residents continue witnessing increasing insecurity.
"KENYANS @skmusyoka if the government of NABII @WilliamsRuto is not able to guarantee our SECURITY, we SHOULD DEMONSTRATE and let him know that KAZI YA WIZI SI KAZI.We will call for his RESIGNATION...No one is INDISPENSABLE....our security is not NEGOTIABLE.#SECURITYNOW,"said Ndegwa Njiru.
The sentiments by Ndegwa Njiru comes after reports of resurgence of criminals in Nairobi even on the Central Business District (CBD).Several reports of daylight robbery have been made.
However, Directorate of Criminal Investigations has continue to make clear that they are working day and night to dwarf criminal activities in the city.
Kenyans have also been urged to report such cases.
“The DCI urges members of the public who may fall or have fallen victims of mugging within the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) to make formal reports at the Nairobi Central DCI offices whenever such unfortunate incidences happen,” said DCIon its Twitter handle.
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