MUTAHI NGUNYI – Ole Lenku Should Not Be Interior Secretary

September 26, 2013

Interior Secretary Joseph ole Lenku told Kenyans that the terrorists at Nakumatt had burnt some mattresses to distract the soldiers chasing them, so they could manage to escape.
Hours later, an aerial video showed that part of the rooftop parking had collapsed, with the vehicles burnt.

This put into doubt ole Lenku’s theory.

Aside from that, ole Lenku’s overall performance did not impress. This is according to seasoned political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi.
In a series of tweets yesterday, he said it was a disaster to move ole Lenku from Utalii hotel to the interior ministry.
He also urged the president to fire Chief of Defence Forces, Gen. Julius Karangi and NIS director general Julius Karangi.

This is a Machiavellian Moment for Uhuru. Give General Karangi a medal then fire him:No medal for General Gichangi-Fire him and overhaul NIS
— Mutahi Ngunyi (@MutahiNgunyi) September 25, 2013

Cabinet experiment with ‘greenhorn’ ministers is a disaster. Moving Ole Lenku from Assistant beverages manager to security boss is tragic.
— Mutahi Ngunyi (@MutahiNgunyi) September 25, 2013

In sum, it is not early for a cabinet reshuffle. Take Ole Lenku to a soft ministry. Then purge NIS with no mercy. No time for a ‘soft’ state
— Mutahi Ngunyi (@MutahiNgunyi) September 25, 2013

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