Ichung’wah to Matiang’i: Release CCTV footage of cops at your home
The Member of Parliament Kikuyu Constituency Kimani Ichung’wa has addressed allegations on the ‘raid’ at former Cabinet Secretary of Interior Fred Matiang’i.
“Last night’s drama at Matiang’i’s house was one to excite people’s emotions and evoke public sympathy. It is a script that we’d describe as the perfect case of the guilty being always afraid,” said the Leader of Majority.
Ichung’wah recounted when Ndindi Nyoro was arrested, Oscar Sudi’s house was raided at night saying in all instances, there were uniformed police officers and video recordings of the same. The Kikuyu MP challenged ‘the scripters’ of the Mtiang’i home raid drama to publish photos, videos, or CCTV footage of the said ‘raid’
“Surprisingly even the media house that purported to be on the scene, their cameras, in a very mysterious way could not capture a single policeman. The best they could capture is Raila Odinga and some funny media-craving lawyer,” Ichung’wah highlighted the events of Wednesday night.
The Inspector General of the police, Japhet Koome on Thursday said no officer under the National Police Service was sent to Matiangi’s house on Wednesday night. On the other hand, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) Secretary and Chief Executive Officer Twalib Mbarak says his team had nothing to do with the reported raid.
Cabinet Secretary Interior and Coordination of National Government, Kithure Kindiki has termed allegations of a police invasion at the home of former Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i as false.
In a press statement, Kindiki said no police officers or any security agent from the government were sent to Matiang’i’s home.