Parliament puts Ole Lenku, Kimaiyo on notice over terror
06 May 2014, 18:28
Nairobi - A parliamentary commitee set up to probe the ongoing terror attacks in the country has said it will ask Interior security cabinet secretary Joseph Ole Lenku to resign if the current chaos is not curbed.
The Committee on national security, confirmed that it had asked the CS and his team to come up with solutions to the current issues or if not make way for others.
" We have agreed that if they do not have a plan for the current problem and if the senseless killing of Kenyans is not solve, that they make way for others, commitee chair Asman Kamama said in a presser Tuesday at parliament buildings.
Kamama said that unless the current security apparatus deals with the issue conclusively in coming weeks, they will ask Ole Lenku, Police boss David Kimaiyo and his deputies to step aside.
The commitee also broke ranks with Deputy President William Ruto's remarks Monday over the state of security in the country.
" Kenyans are dying. We can see it, everyone can see it, the government is not on top of this issue and must admit so, Kamama added.
They also asked that the National Intelligence Services NIS be probed over the security breaches as well as strategy for the current problems, with Kamama claiming 'enough is enough'.
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