Since Fred Matiang'i was appointed as the Interior Cabinet Secretary, things have always been good. He has been doing all his best to streamline the powerful ministry but as things seem to be, there is a lot that has been going on behind the scenes. A lot of dirty things that even Matiang'i himself may have been surprised to see.
That is because a Citizen TV journalist Purity Mwambia and her crew came out to expose something dangerous about Fred Matiang'i's men in blue. She exposed how they have been collaborating with goons to the point of hiring them guns, curfews, uniforms among other things used to execute robbery and even murder.
It is for that sensitive reason that Raila's ally Alinur Mohamed came out to call for protection to Purity and her team. It is just recently when a KBC presenter was shot dead in her home and for that reason, Alinur Mohamed fears for Purity and her team.
The only question is who will protect her if the same police who could have done that are the ones he exposed? Share your views below.
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