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Straight talk MATIANG’ During the presidential debate, I give RUTO a hard tackle as he reveals his blatant lies — Look!

Deputy President William Ruto’s assertions that police reservists were expelled from his Rift Valley stronghold in an effort to punish him have been refuted by Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i.

Speaking to the media yesterday, Matiang’i referred to the assertions as untrue and wrong, while stressing that reservists continued to contribute to maintaining regional security.

He clarified that in addition to being employed by the Ministry of Interior, the deployment formula also takes into account the hazards in the locations that are being targeted.

“We have never sent police reserve officers away from the area or any other part of the nation. Reviews are conducted periodically depending on the needs of a particular area, and in most cases, consultations with local leaders are also conducted.

In discussions, locals have asked us to limit the amount of firearms in civilian hands, while in other places, they have asked for the deployment of reservists, according to Matiang’i.

He also criticized Ruto for allegedly spreading false information at a national forum and said that if he had been dedicated to his job, he would have been aware of the security situation in the area.

“If people did their jobs, it would be better. They would have received adequate information instead of going to expose themselves in that way if they had attended the meetings they were expected to attend and asked for briefs from the persons they were supposed to,” the CS said.

Ruto said that he had to intervene on occasion to ensure Kenyans’ security in his remarks during the presidential debate.

“If people did their jobs, it would be better. They would have received adequate information instead of going to expose themselves in that way if they had attended the meetings they were expected to attend and asked for briefs from the persons they were supposed to,” the CS said.

Ruto said that he had to intervene on occasion to ensure Kenyans’ security in his remarks during the presidential debate.

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