Fred Matiang’i, a former interior cabinet secretary, fulfilled his summoning by showing up at the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) headquarters on Tuesday, March 7. He was left by a car a little distance from the entrance.
In the video, his entourage was heard disputing the government organization’s decision to allow the former CS to enter the building on foot. The former CS was present with elected officials and his cronies, including Eugene Wamalwa, a former coworker in the defense department. However, drama ensued when police at the gate momentarily barred former Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and his attorneys from entering the DCI officers’ area of operations on Kiambu Road.
Police claimed they needed to talk to someone before deciding who should go with him.
The former CS was waiting outside the gate for over ten minutes together with the attorneys Danstan Omari, Otiende Amollo, and Okongo Omogeni.
Danstan Omari, among other lawyers, served as the team’s leader. Matiang’i was joined by Senators Okong’o Mogeni of the Nyamira, Otiende Amollo of the Rarieda, and Richard Onyonka of the Kisii. The former CS arrived at the location, but because of his large entourage, he was still denied access.
Before being allowed entry to the investigation agency on Kiambu Road, Matiang’i’s legal team was then instructed to prepare a list of all the attorneys for approval.
A list of the attorneys was created by Senator Omogeni and subsequently delivered to DCI.