Matiang’i describes Nairobi County Assembly As War Zone, Disarms MCAs
Interior and Security CS Fred Matiang’i has described the Nairobi County Assembly as a war zone.
Matiang’i who was responding to reports of attacks meted on Mlango Kubwa MCA Patricia Mutheu yesterday says that Nairobi County MCAs have turned the assembly into a fighting zone.
“Are we going to get a contingent of GSU and ask MR. Kanja to station a contingent of GSU outside a county assembly because they are constantly fighting. It’s war and it’s on all the time,” said Matiang’i.
Matiang’i also revealed that they have so far collected 14 guns from the MCAs.
He says that he has instructed the Nairobi region Police Boss to conduct further investigations to establish whether there are other MCAs who have fire arms.
“You know let’s tell the public the truth the 14 guns we collected from that environment. The level of criminality that is going on, i suspect that there could be more fire arms… because enough is enough, we cannot go on this way,” said Matiang’i.
Four police officers yesterday clobbered Mlango Kubwa MCA Patricia Mutheu after chaos emerged at City Hall.
Mutheu suffered several injuries and is currently admitted at the Nairobi Hospital.