President William Ruto has finally revealed on what triggered him to fire former Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti.
Despite President Ruto’s earlier statement of Kinoti having resigned, today, during an interview on the state of the nation, he admitted that he fired him.
Ruto, speaking during a televised media interview at State House, said that Kinoti, despite him being barred from participating in active politics, did everything possible to block him from ascending to the top seat.
According to Ruto, Kinoti had gone after his close allies such as Gachagua while mounting on them non-existent charges.
“President William Ruto confirms he fired ex-DCI boss George Kinoti; he didn’t resign as earlier reported,” read a statement by one of social media analysts Eliud Kibii.
In the run up to the August polls, a section of Kenya Kwanza leaders accused former President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga of taking over the DCI which they claimed was used in harassing and intimidating leaders allied to Ruto.
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