Deputy President William Ruto has fired a warning shot at Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i saying his days in the office are numbered, reports The Standard. The DP together with his allies spoke in Naivasha on Sunday, August 8, where they attended a church service and later addressed a rally.
Cabinet Secretary for Interior, Fred Matiangi has today September 9, has issued a warning to all police departments against getting tipsy while on duty. The vocal CS said those found guilty will face tough punishment from his ministry. While speaking at Kenya School of Government on a 30-day initiative to eliminate substandard and counterfeit liquor from the Kenyan market, CS Matiang’i announced that officers who will be found drunk while on duty will be fired from the service with immediate effect.
National Assembly security ctte. to question CS Matiang’i Two petitioners in court to have Ruto GSU security detail reinstated Petitioners say there is no reason to downgrade DP Ruto’s security DP tells parliament not to dwell on the issue. Raila held consultative meeting with Eastleigh business community ODM leader says North Eastern counties must not be impoverished Eastleigh traders say they have been unfairly targeted by KEBS Odinga commits to discuss tax remittance with relevant authorities.
Interior Cs Fred Matiang’I has assured resident of Ol Moran In Laikipia county of their safety after a long week of violence, speaking to residents this evening Cs Matiang’I claimed that their is a team of heavily armed Multi-Agency which enroute to Laikipia and its set to arrive any minute in order to beef up security in the war torn area, Super Cs Fred Matiang’I warned those inciting residents into fighting, he claimed that he has information of a certain politician who has been rallying behind bandits for purpose of chasing other communities in the area in order for him to have an upper hand in next year’s general elections.
Popular Blogger Dennis Itumbi has told Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’I to meet him in court over defamatory tweets he accused him of. In a hard-hitting response to the Interior Cabinet, Itumbi stated that he will not retract his tweets where he referred to him as “the Ruaraka thief”.
The Cabinet Secretary for Interior Affairs and Security Fred Matiang’i has gazetted Friday, May 14 as a public holiday to mark the Idd-ul-Fitr celebrations by the Muslims.This gazette notice was issued earlier in the morning.Idd-ul-Fitr, which is a festival of fast-breaking, is an important religious holiday that is marked by the Muslims all over the world.
In another role that should have been performed by Deputy president William Ruto , President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday 22 February sent Interior CS Fred Matiang'i to represent him in a special trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) .
Education cabinet secretary called for a meeting with education stakeholders early today to discuss possible reopening of school. The following is what he said after the meeting. 1. Decisions regarding the reopening of learning institutions may change as informed by reports obtained from the Ministry of Health, prevailing circumstances and increased knowledge of COVID-19. 2.We have looked at all aspects and we – as stakeholders – have come to a consensus that indeed it is time to relook this process (reopening
The government made a radical decision to close down the institutions of learning after the first Covid-19 case was recorded in the country. Early on the Education cabinet secretary had announced that schools could reopen in September but later changed his mind to January next year. On the 14th of September, Prof George Magoha held an emergency to deliberate concerning the re-opening of the schools. Prof. George Magoha, CS, Education said that BOM teachers should have been paid, the Cabinet and the government
Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i found himself in the midst of a demo staged by Matatu operators at Rironi on Nairobi – Naivasha highway. The matatu operators drawn from Limuru in Kiambu County were demonstrating against the roadblock that had been mounted at Rironi, which in their view was causing interruption to their business activities. The operators decided to block the road when they noticed an approaching siren, thus forcing Matiang’i to alight and speak to them. The CS told them