Muite on NSIS’s credibility
09 July 2012, 16:30
Former Kabete legislator Paul Mute has castigated the National Security Integrity Service’s credibility in informing the government on what is going in the country’s security threats.
Muite who is a lawyer claims that NSIS as an institution that is supposed to inform the government on what is going on secretly and especially on the security of Kenyans, has failed to play its mandate despite government pumping millions of money into the institution.
Muite’s sentiments comes at a time many have started questioning how the U.S government was able to inform Kenya on possible terror attacks in Nairobi and the coastal town of Mombasa.
Addressing the media in Nakuru, Muite further blamed road users and especially the drivers for not obeying the traffic rules, adding that impunity has led to hundreds of people losing their lives through road carnages.
He further dismissed efforts of trying to come up with other laws governing traffic, saying that the current laws are enough and only that impunity has been the main cause of deaths in our roads.
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