New Development As President Uhuru Issues New Order On The Kianjokoma Brother’s Case

President Uhuru Kenyatta has finally broken his silence demanding answers into the controversial deaths of the two Embu Brothers Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura ahead of their planned burial.

The Two brothers reportedly died at the hands of police officers after they were arrested by the officers for flouting curfew rules.

Following the new development President Uhuru Kenyatta reportedly ordered top security chiefs to conduct thorough investigations and give him a report on how the two brothers died.

The President is keen on establishing how the two brothers died after their arrest by the officers and further ensure that justice is served.

This comes after the Interior CS Fred Matiang’I, visited the family in the company of Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai, Attorney general Kihara Kariuki and other top security officials.

Speaking the press after the meeting CS Matiang’I noted that he had promised the parents that they will get to the bottom of the matter and ensure that justice is served.

“We sat down with the father of the two children, we spoke to him, I was with the Inspector General of the Police and the Attorney General and we have assured them that we will do what we have done before,” Matiang’i said.

The two bothers are to be buried today Friday August 13, 2021, in one grave at their parents home in Kithangari, Embu County as a show of the love they had for one another.

The IPOA, Police Internal Affairs department, the DCI, and human rights organizations are already investigating it with the OCPD and The OCS of the region transferred to allow smooth operation.

This comes as the University Students threaten to carry out a nationwide demonstration giving CS Mating’I ultimatums to speed up the case.

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