In a meeting with the private sector in preparation for the August election, the Cabinet secretary for the interior has refuted the proposals that Kenya Kwanza is trying to make to the police unit. Last week, the Dp Ruto and running mate Rigathi Gachagua hinted that the Dp had tasked them to collect opinions from the police officers on what they wished to be done, after the Dp ascends to power in the August election.
However, the sentiments expressed by the Mathira Mp didn't seem to please Cs matiag'i at all. In response to the police reformation, Cs Matiang'i mentioned that those who are leading the speech of reform were once involved in the graft of police, which saw a supply of air to the police units. The CS confirmed that he once chaired a council of security with the top leaders from Kenya and Kwanza, and no one stood up with any relevant idea that could have driven the police sector a step ahead.
Here is what he had to say. "Those fellows who are saying that some of them, I have sat with them in the national security council. And they have never said one thing about the police when we were in those meetings, They will only talk about the police if there is a tender, They know nothing about the investments we have made because, in the past, the air was being sold there. These mad people were the problem by then. Kagua, Kagua before Uchague"
Dp Ruto is yet to respond to the statements by the CS.
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Source: NTV Kenya
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