Kimani Ichung'wah on Twitter tells president Uhuru Kenyatta that firing prison Commandant Wycliffe Ogallo isn't enough.He continue by requesting Uhuru to fire CS Fred Matiang'i and PS Karanja Kibicho for telling Kenyans to hang themselves or swallow Razor blades.
He continued saying that the two have no time for the nation's Security.This is what he posted on Twitter,
"Mr President,FIRING just the Prison commandant Wycliffe Ogallo ain’t Enough. FIRE the politicking,arrogant CS @FredMatiangi & PS @Karanjakibicho telling Kenyans to hang themselves/swallow razor blades.They have no time for the Nation’s security. Ama vipi [email protected] ."
A fan replied to him saying,"In the Kemsa scandal they spared the CS. In the KFK they are sparing the CS. In the fuel prices they spared the CS. In the min of devolution they can't mention the CS in the relief food scandal. Now they can't mention the CSes for interior and the super CS. Sijataja mtu!."
Another fab replied saying,"this KEMSA thing you are yapping about, do you know anything about [email protected] had promised a list of companies involved, has he published them."
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