AK-47 on display. Photo used for illustration purposes.
The country is still reeling from the shocking expose by Purity Mwambia of Citizen TV. Yesterday DCI boss Kinoti vehemently denied that Kenya Police Force was at any fault in enabling criminals access firearms. His statement brought divided reactions from Kenyans. Some while supporting him, others faulted his unit for not nabbing rogue officers.
Blogger Robert Alai has said that police officers guarding Royal Media facilities have been withdrawn. The blogger has strongly disagreed with the expose since the day it was released. Today on his social media pages, he affirmed that Purity Mwambia did a shoddy investigative job. The blogger said that the journalist did not give the force a right of reply.
Alai however disagrees with the move to withdraw police officers guarding the media house. He feels that if the station were to be attacked and taken over, it would destabilize the country. Alai has said that the police officers should not take it as a favour in providing security.
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