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CS Matiang’i has a Message For Boinnet and Police Officers Who Brutalized UON Students

GSU officers found culpable of brutalizing the University of Nairobi students will be dealt with according to the law, acting Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Internal Security Fred Matiang’i said.

Matiang’i who chose not to comment on the matter until he saw the report from the police on the matter said that the government will act swiftly on the culprits.

The acting Interior Security CS also contacted the Inspector General Joseph Boinnet to probe the incident that has caused uproar among Kenyans.

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“I hope the IG will conclude the investigations by Monday morning and we shall act accordingly. If the report points to the direction of culpability of individuals, we shall act accordingly as required by the law. This matter is in the public domain and we shall let the public know,” said Matiang’i as quoted by The Star.

The CS was speaking on Sunday at Kebirigo High School where he met Nyamira County secondary schools principals and security team.

He however declined to comment further on the Thursday incident which has attracted condemnation after the videos circulated widely on social media.

“I don’t want to comment based on press reports. IPOA and Police are investigating the incident. The government and the president believe in the rule of the law,” said Matiang’i.

The CS added: “I don’t want to put the cat before the horse. So let’s wait for the report.”

GSU officers on Thursday rounded up University students from their halls of residence, libraries and lecture halls before clobbering them up. Scores were left seriously injured.

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