Vice President-elect Rigathi Gachagua accuses the DCI of organizing the incident at Kenya's Bomas on Monday.
Gachagua says DCI director George Kinoti and the Administration Police deputy inspector general conspired to foment violence to stop William Ruto from winning.
The former Mathira politician alleges police personnel present during the confrontation were working under the DCI head's orders because they made no arrests despite goons allegedly assaulting IEBC commissioners in their presence.
He continued by stating that attempts were made to convince IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati not to announce the presidential election results and that unauthorised individuals were allowed access to the system to sabotage it without security help.
Gachagua praised GSU officers for defying their bosses to protect the law. He congratulated them for calming the situation. In regard to this topic, what are your thoughts? In the comment section below, please share your ideas with us. Thank you so much.
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