Former CS Fred Matiang’i retires to Nyamira Home to rest and spend days on the farm after handing over power

  • Former CS Fred Matiang’i is now at home in Nyamira days after handing over power to CS Kithure Kindiki
  • Matiang’i, like most of his counterparts, is now at home, where he rests, among other things, and cultivates
  • Sources also revealed that the former super CS is planning to take an international job after his break

Former Home Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i retired to his Manga farm in Nyamira days after handing over power to his successor Kithure Kindiki.

Matiang’i is said to be enjoying his retirement in Nyamira County. Photo: Fred Matiang’i.
Source: UGC

It came days after President William Ruto’s cabinet secretaries officially took over the nations, ending the tenure of retired President Uhuru Kenyatta’s team.

According to the Daily Nation, Matiang’i, like his counterparts, is now at home, where he rests, among other things, and cultivates.

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“For now, Dr. Matiang’i is resting and cultivating at his Manga farm,” said David Manyancha, a former assistant to Matiang’i.

Another source also revealed that the former super CS plans to take an international role after his break.

Matiang’i, a close ally of Uhuru who had a frosty relationship with Ruto, recently handed over his instruments of power to the new inner CS amid smiles and laughter.

Matiang’i will be remembered as a follower of the rule of law and quick action in Kenya’s bandit-stricken areas.

Matiang’i’s Farewell Message to Kenyans

In his final days in the Home Ministry, Matiang’i penned a moving message to his superiors, colleagues, juniors and Kenyans as he left office.

In a letter to the principal administrative secretaries, inspector general of police, director of criminal investigations, permanent secretaries and regional commissioners, Matiang’i recounted his five years in power after succeeding the late retired Major General Joseph Nkaiserry on July 17. . 2017.

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“It has been five years and one month of an exciting assignment and enjoyable service to our beloved country under the great leadership of His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta,” Matiang’i said.

Matiang’i has served in several files since Uhuru took power in 2013. He served in ICT, education and interior files during the reign of the retired president.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke

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