Dr Fred Matiangi. Photo courtesy.
While launching his manifesto. Deputy president William Ruto took his time to attack Inspector general of police, Mutyambai for Allegedly being a government spanner boy instead of fighting for th rights of all Kenyans in the country. He continued by saying how his government will change that once he takeover.
Well, his sentiments seems to have rubbed Interior Cabinet secretary, Hounerable Dr Fred Matiangi wrongly. While speaking today in an Azimio La Umoja rally attended by Orange democratic party leader, Hounerable Raila Odinga. Matiang'i claimed that he knows why Ruto was attacking Mutyambai. He claimed that, the inspector general of police is under attack becouse he refused to agee to some deals Which was supposed to cost Kenyans million's of money.
" I want to be clear today why some people are attacking Mutyambai. He refused to listen to them on various deals. They wanted him to buy some police boots from his friends for thirteen thousands shillings. Something that we refused and got them at two thousand five hundred" said Matiangi today in a video see online.
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