The lady who was roughed by security detail of Fred Matiang’i recently has spoken for the first time after being beaten by Fred Matiang’I body guards few days ago, according to Christine all she wanted was to pass a message to Cs Matiang’I about the increased theft in Nyaribari where she hails from, in an exclusive interview the lady wanted the interior Cs to address the issue of cops being reluctant in helping common mwanainchi when their plight, she claimed that they have tried talking to their county commissioner on several occasions but their cry is being ignored.
Christine claimed that law enforcers could be working with criminals and later cover up cases, she recalls a recent incident where two head teachers were burnt beyond recognition but police officers did not make any arrests, she lamented that all she wanted was to have a word with Cs Fred Matiang’I so that their issues as people of Nyaribari could be heard he however accused those who whisked her away of trying to borrow money, she told journalists interviewing her that she had no intentions of asking money from Cs Matiang’i
On 8th of this month Christine was dragged from Cs Matiang’I helicopter after he tried to have a conversation with him, according to photos that were posted online the lady had managed to sneak behind bodyguards and found herself close to interior Cs Fred Matiang’I chopper.
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