Cabinet Secretary for Interior Dr. Fred Matiangi's post has triggered debate online as he delivered a message hours after meeting leaders from Makueni, Machakos and Kajiado Counties during the signing of an MOU toward creation of a buffer zone around Konza City.
Matiang'i who has since been trending online after being linked to involvement in the Bonchari campaign and electioneering period slammed by Kenyans claiming interference using the police force.
In a post that has sparked reactions online, Matiang'i stated that the MOU signed by the three Counties shall help protect thousands of jobs, Investments alongside preventing Wildlife encroachment.
However, Kenyans have diverted attention and turned into yesterday's mini polls in Bonchari and Juja where it's claimed that the police force greatly interfered with the elections exercise.
Kenyans have asked the CS to consider the rights of the people and more outstandingly his role as a public servant who by virtue of office should neither demonstrate partiality nor be political partisan.
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