The inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai has broken his silence after an incident that happened a few days ago in Busia where an unknown group of people allegedly stoned the vehicles belonging to the deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by Hillary Mutyambai, he has revealed that police officers from Busia have allegedly arrested over 8 suspects over the incident who are currently being held in one of the police station for more investigation and questioning waiting to be arraigned in court.
Details from the people daily reveal of his the inspector General of police collapsed from his home before being taken to ICU. The inspector General illness has however not been disclosed though it's clear he is getting better after the unfortunate event. Mutyambai has of late not been seen in the public limelight like he mostly follows Matiangi in most events as a matter of protocol.
Mashujaa Day celebrations was okay and confusion has been thrown to National police latest post. According to the post they have warged bar owners that bars should stay closed by 7pm. These comes after Kenyans took to social media to protest over the move. "Following the vacation of the COVID associated curfew by H.E the President during MASHUJAA Day speech, existing measures on closure of bars by 7.00pm remain in place for now.
The inspector general of police Hillary Mutyambai has been subject to fake news and rumors over the last couple of hours with reports on social media alleging incorrectly that the senior government official had collapsed at his home. The fake social media reports indicated that Mutyambai collapsed at his home and was rushed to Aghakan university hospital for specialized treatment.
2022 general elections are here and it is getting hot and messy. The handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga was the best thing that happened in these country. Political leaders can freely tour any region across the country without getting stoned. President Uhuru Kenyatta could have done a better job but the only problem is corruption that is eating the country inside out.
Inspector general Hillary Mutambai has condemned the killings that were conducted in, Nyamira county. The deceased was accused of being a witchcraft dealer. Mutambai has promised that the suspects will be brought to book and taken to court for prosecution. He further warned those taking the law in to there hands to stop it immediately.
Reports that have been doing rounds on social media for the better part of today's afternoon had it that the national police service under Hillary Mutyambai had issued a statement on the curfew announcement. According to the fake reports, the national police service had allegedly said that Bars and Restaurants will not operate beyond 7pm until the head of state issues an order to the contrary.
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has blasted Inspector General (IG) of the Police and President Uhuru Kenyatta blaming them for the death of three family members; mother, daughter and son. Taking to the social media, the vocal legislator claimed by three were shot dead by bandits in Kerio Valley, Marakwet.
Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai has today responded to a video making rounds on social media involving Janet Mbugua's Ex Husband Eddie Ndichu and his twin Paul Ndichu in a scuffle at the Ole Sereni Hotel. The video showing the twin brothers beating up a lady in a black trouser went viral on Monday morning after blogger Edgar Obare publicized it on his bnn page.
The National Police Service (NPS) today has released a comment on their social media handle, dismissing claims that the police boss was unwell. The National Police Service used that time to clarify that the news doing rounds on social media about the health status of the Police boss as fake.
The National Police Service (NPS) on Sunday, October 17, issued a statement on the health of the Inspector General of police (IG), Hillary Mutyambai. In a comment made on their social media handle, NPS dismissed claims that the police boss was unwell.
Inspector general of police has today been handed a hard task by social media users after KTN expose exposed how police officers usually coordinate with fraudsters to swindle Kenyans money,Hillary Mutyambai while answering questions from Kenyans disclosed that a good number of swindlers have been arrested and arraigned in court,in one incident it was revealed that a con artist stole from a lady but when she arrived to report the incident the police officer in charge had their number,he reached on his pocket called the gang leader who came baring the ladys money,this incident shocked a section of netizens.
Matungulu MP Stephen Mule speaking at the event(source.facebook) Leaders who attended Senator Agnes Kavindu's brothers burial have called for the arrest of officer involved in the death of one man from Tala. Makueni county senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior called upon Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai to ensure justice is served to the family of the man.
Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai speaking in a past interview. (Photo courtesy). Former Kakamega County Senator Dr Boni Khalwale who is currently the closest ally to the Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has called upon the Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to resign before 1 PM today over the escape of the serial children killer Maatsen Wanjala from the police custody.
Ealier Report by Mutyambai Indicates Kenyans are Allowed to do What Boniface Mwangi did, See Details
Boniface Mwangi, who was allegedly roughed up by GSU on Friday, has now shared a contradicting report by Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai. Mwangi, who was captured on camera confronting Police demanding for their identification, caused unnecesasry drama, this is according to a report by Mutyambai.
Yesterday, Kenyans were to treated to a now normal drama where several GSU officers badly roughed up Nairobi Activist Boniface Mwangi. Boniface who recorded the said clip was mercilessly manhandled by several cops after he demanded to see identifications. It has emerged that the GSU officer was accompanied by several officials from KRA and they wanted to a nab a suspect for evading tax.
Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai has detailed a number of measures the National Police Service (NPS) is contemplating and some, has implemented so as to ensure proper policing in the country. While engaging members of the public on #EngageTheIG on Monday, September 27, 2021, Mutyambai stated that police officers may soon wear body cameras which will help in the solving of cases.
Road safety is a national responsibility of each and every citizen. When using the road, each driver, rider and pendestrian should consider the safety of other road users. In Kenya, there has been an increase in the number of accidents and some of them have been fatal.
The Inspector General and National Police Service Commander Hillary Mutyambai has come out to support the GSU Officers who are seen in a viral video having altercations with activist Boniface Mwangi. IG Mutyambai has rubbished claims that the officers assaulted Mwangi. Through the press release on Saturday October 9, Mutyambai said the officers accompanied KRA officers to arrest defaulters who had no trading licences.
Ni Kujifanya Tu, IG Mutyambai Defends GSU Officers Who Allegedly Dehumanized Activist Boniface Mwangi
The Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai and the National Police Service commander defended GSU officers who were filmed brutalizing activist Boniface Mwangi after a bitter argument. In a statement posted to its social media platforms on Saturday, October 9, 2021, the National Police Service said the said officers, who were accompanying KRA officers to arrest unlicensed dealers, were on legal duty when Mwangi confronted them.