Fred Matiang'i at home last Night
Fred Matiang'i.

On Thursday, Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome said that no officer from the National Police Service was assigned to the residence of the former minister of the interior, Fred Matiang'i, last night.

This morning, the head of the National Police Service (NPS) spoke to the media and said, "I like to emphasize that no police officer under the NPS was deployed to the former CS Matiang'i house at all."

Preliminary reports claimed that officials from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) were chasing the former CS.

However, the chief executive of the EACC has said that his squad had no involvement in the alleged raid. Twalib Mbarak spoke to the media last night about this matter.

The Karen residence of Matiang'i was besieged by law enforcement personnel on Wednesday evening. According to the information provided by our insiders, law enforcement personnel showed up at the Karen residence of the former CS a few minutes before 10 o'clock in the evening and attempted to make their way inside.

A few minutes after 10 o'clock in the evening, the head of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition, Raila Odinga, appeared at the residence of Matiang'i. He wanted to know why the police had surrounded the former CS's house and placed a siege on it.

Dr. Matiang'i's legal team, who were also gathered at his apartment, criticized the action as being non-procedural and said that there is a possibility that Dr. Matiang'i's life is in jeopardy.

"The police have not said what they seek from him or what he has done wrong thus far." We are at a loss to comprehend why the police would arrive at our client's location in the middle of the night to make an arrest. "I don't understand why they didn't come during the day." Sam Nyaberi, a lawyer, posed

"Now the only alternative that can raid is the KDF, and the only person responsible is the president," a political analyst claims.

As NPS, EACC, and DCI distance themselves from the raid, it begs the question: who were those who raided?

"It can also be the Azimios themselves, branding cars and raiding themselves." Nothing can be far from the triune God. People need power and influence. Have you ever heard of someone kidnapping himself and asking for ransom? political analyst Ndegwa Muchiri posed.

The Inspector General of Police, Japeth Koome, the DCI boss, and the EACC boss have confirmed that not a single police officer was sent to Fred Matiangi’s home last night.

So far, no photo has been shared that shows police officers near Matiangi's home.

In short, Azimio and the media created all the commotion surrounding his alleged "attempted arrest" for reasons that are probably best known to them.

"But in the words of Matiang’i himself back in August 2021, some people seem to be suffering from sympathy addiction." Wachira, a security expert, said.

 According to experts, there is no security coincidence where police officers are deployed for a raid; they discovered 200 lawyers ready to defend their clients, and the group's leader arrived on time.

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