Fred Matiang'i is one of the most respected but feared people in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. That is because he has been doing well since taking over but he has not been entertaining any sort of nonsense from anyone irregardless of his/her position.
For that reason, there is a looming trouble to a police officer after Borabu MP Ben Momanyi confirmed that Fred Matiang'i declared that by Thursday action will be taken on the police for slaining a Boda Boda operator.
Through his official twitter account, Ben Momanyi stated that together with Joash Nyamoko and Samuel Arama they went to see Fred Matiang'i over the slain Boda Boda operator known as Rabin Aboki and the CS assured them that the police officer who did the dirty act will be arraigned in court by Thursday.
"In Solidarity with the family of slain Bodaboda operator Rabin Aboki, MPs Joash Nyamoko [North Mugirango], Samuel Arama [Nakuru Town West] and I visited Interior CS Dr. Matiang'i this morning. The CS assured us the rogue police officer will be arraigned in court by Thursday." Tweeted Ben Momanyi.
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